There may be times where you have a menu item that you do not want users to be able to click on — this is often the case with menu items that contain sub-menus. This article will teach you how to make a menu item “unclickable.”
Step 1: Open menu customization panel
In the Dashboard, click on “Appearance” > “Customize”:
Click on “Menus”:
Click on the menu you want to edit:
Step 2: Replace the page with a custom link
Click on “Add Items”:
Delete the English 150 page from your menu by clicking the red “X”:
Open the “Custom Links” panel:
In the URL space, put a hashtag (#). In the link text, put the name of your menu item. Then click “Add to Menu”:
Your menu item will now be a custom link instead of a page. You may need to reorder your menu items to what you had before. This can be done by dragging and dropping.
Step 3: Publish your menu
When you’re happy with the way your menu looks, click “Publish.”
That’s it! Your new menu item should now be unclickable.
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