Last Updated on September 12, 2020 by scottkandh
I don’t know the exact terminology for the menu so I’m not going to pretend that I know the actual name. I’m referring to the menus you commonly see on most web pages like: Home, About Me, Blog, Contact, etc..
I added a whole bunch of pins to my Pinterest site. I was extremely disappointed in the fact that after looking at my newly created pins they all had the same thing on there: Edit Post < My First Blog – WordPress (see below). Now in the after phone I am able to make the change so that it’s more meaningful to draw users to my Blog and Pinterest page.
I wrote down what I want to say: Pinterest Artwork – A blog about building my first blog and building up my Pinterest followers.
I scratched my head because I couldn’t remember easily for when and how to make that change. I remembered that it encompassed changing the site identity.
3 Easy steps:
- Go to Appearance.
- From there, select Customize
- Go to Site Identity and make your changes and publish.
Other things that can be changed on this page that you might want to change from time to time are:
- Menus (e.g. add a menu that wasn’t appearing earlier like Comments or FAQ).
- Homepage Settings (static or fixed)
- Additional CSS Settings (unless you know code fairly well, I’d leave this one alone).
For grins and giggles I added a header and logo to the front of my page to see what happens.
No problem on the logo portion, I’m pretty comfortable with that but it might require a little fine tuning.
The major problem is that when I add the header, there’s an option to crop the image. I cropped the image; however, after I cropped the image there’s no next button. I’m forced to select skip cropping. At least it will provide me with a before and after for one of my next post when I decide to update my header.