Changing Menu Links

Changing Menu Links (pdf)

A “Menu” is Drupal’s term for a group of links that help visitors navigate to the pages on a website. This guide describes how to edit a link in your site’s main menu.

Screen shot showing the main menu highlighted as a horizontal navigation bar below the header on a site

  1. Go to Structure > Menus.
    Screen shot with an arrow pointing to Structure
    Screen shot with an arrow pointing to Menus
  2. Click “list links” next to “Main menu.”
    Screen shot with an arrow pointing to list links
  3. Scroll to locate the link you wish to change and click “edit” next to that link.
    Screen shot of the list of links
  4. Make changes to the Menu link title and the Path for the link.
    Screen shot with arrows indicating link title and path
    1. Menu link title is the text that displays as a link.
    2. Path is the URL of the link destination.
      1. Another page on your website: enter a relative URL (the segment of the URL that follows the “.org/”). Example: for a link to http://www.yoursite.org/about-us, enter only about-us
      2. A PDF or other file you uploaded previously with Drupal's file browser: enter the full URL including http://
      3. A page on another website: enter the full URL including http://
  5. Click save when you are finished making changes to the Menu link title and Path.
    Screen shot with arrows indicating the save button
  6. Changes to menu links should be visible on your website as soon as you save them. If they are not, try refreshing your browser and/or clearing your browser cache.