To Replace Navigation Text to Icon in WordPress

by Bhumi // Mar 8,2013 // No comment

To Replace Navigation Text to Icon in Wordpress

WordPress is most popular blogging platform and now a days, most of the websites uses icons instead only text for navigations.

To use menu icons instead of text in the wordpress is somewhat tricky because to display an icon image, instead of just plain caption is requires playing with a little bit of CSS. Reason to use navigation is we want to manage url from admin panel of any icons.

For example, you want icon instead of text for a “Home” menu. you want social
media icons in navigation bar rather than text.

So In this article, you’ll show how to do this in a few easy steps.

First of all, Open the WordPress admin panel then Go to the Menu and add class for a menu from admin panel see in below screen

Now, place the below line of code in a created class with background image you want to display instead of text.

That’s it. Now you are ready to use icon instead of text using navigation in wordpress.Thank you for reading, good luck and let me know if you run in to any problems & I’ll help as much as I can :)

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