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Posted on 2016-08-01
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How do you connect an existing page to the word press menu, replacing a page already there.

Sorry to be so stupid, I've done it a thousand times, can't see it today.
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Question by:Richard Korts
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If a menu item is of type "Custom Link", then you can go to the menu item and change the URL.

However, if the menu item is an actual "Page" in your WordPress site, you don't "edit" it. Instead, go to Appearance > Menus, then from the 'Page' section on the left, drag and drop your new page into the menu. Then you can simply remove the previous one.  Don't forget to click 'Save Menu'
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