How to Show Blog Static Page Menu

FOR newbie, displaying or displaying Static Page links in the Blog Menu Navigation is not an easy matter — because you don’t know it yet. It’s almost useless, right, we make a static page (page), but it doesn’t appear and is “looked at” by visitors?

A Page or Static Page is a type of page that typically contains “static” content, rarely modified. Once made, that’s it… that’s the name of a static page, although it can still be edited/updated at any time.

It’s different from the “dynamic page”, which is the posting page (Posts) that we create every time we write blog content.

Blog content that usually becomes a static page is:

  1. About (About)
  2. Sitemap (Table of Contents)
  3. Contact (Contact)

For business blogs, you can add pages:

  1. Privacy Policy/Disclaimer
  2. Services
  3. Products

For organizational blogs, you can add pages:

  1. Profile
  2. History
  3. Board of Management
  4. Vision and mission
  5. Program
  6. Agenda
  7. Photo Gallery
  8. Video Gallery

Well, these pages are called Static Pages (Static Page).


“Each blog can have up to 20 pages,” said the blogger. Each blog can make a maximum of 20 static pages. No more buses.

  1. Click the “Pages” menu on the Blog Dashboard.
  2. Click “New Page”
  3. Please Fill in “page name” and “page content”.

How to Show Static Pages in Blog Navigation Menu

Well, now how to display it? If your template is not the default blogger, it means that the template is downloaded from a “third party”, usually there is a static page menu link in the template.

You just change the link and the page name, for example like this: