One of the great things about WordPress is the ability to reuse snippets of code over and over again within your themes. With that, you can build in ways to make websites easier to use. In this article, we’re going to explore ways to enhance secondary navigation. In other words, navigation that is in addition to your site’s main menu. Adding these extra elements can further help users get where they need to go and discover content they may have otherwise missed. Here are four such snippets you can use in your WordPress themes. While they’ll work as-is, it’s a good idea to add your own custom styles to ensure a perfect fit with your site. Where to Place Code Snippets: The snippets below can be placed directly into your theme’s template files. The exact file may depend on your particular theme (check the Template Hierarchy for ideas). And, to some degree, it’s a matter of personal preference. Use them where you think they’ll best serve your users. It may also be a good idea to use conditional statements so that snippets are only displayed when certain conditions are met. For example, you might not want a particular snippet to run on your site’s
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