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    michaeldmullen
    Participant

    I am trying to put social links on my main menu in the header. I have the links showing up, but cannot link them to anything.

    Within the Clean Enterprise customization I navigated here: Customize>Menus>Main Menu

    Here I clicked on <Social on Primary Menu>. That immediately puts a series of link symbols on the main menu. I have searched for probably an hour to find where to add in links like Twitter, LinkedIn, FB, etc to show in those links. Nothing seems to be available. I can do a Custom Link on the Main Menu, for example, LinkedIn, but it does not provide an icon, nor is it part of the Social Menu. Very confusing.

    I should add that when I click on one of the links, it will take me to a different page on my site. For example, my about page, or my contact page. I did not add those links to the graphic.

    Is this only available in the Pro version of Clean Enterprise?

    • This topic was modified 2 weeks, 1 day ago by michaeldmullen. Reason: added more information
    #265847
    Pratik
    Keymaster

    Hi @michaeldmullen,

    It is available in free version as well but you will need to assign the menu for social menu. Then only, the icons will show up.

    1. Create a menu
    2. Add social links to menu using custom links, eg: facebook.com
    3. Assign that menu to social menu in Appearance=> Customize=> Menus=> View All locations=> Social on Primary Menu

    Then the icons should come up.

    If they still don’t show up, please post in your site url.

    #265950
    michaeldmullen
    Participant

    Beautiful, thank you so much.

    #266181
    Pratik
    Keymaster

    Awesome. Glad it worked out.

    If you liked our theme and support, please considering leaving us a review at https://wordpress.org/themes/clean-enterprise

    A one liner will be enough.

    Thanking you in advance.

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