“Customizing menus”, this function will allow us to add additional contents to our menus and allow our visitors to fully see how much contents our site covers. To access “Customizing menus” first log into your WordPress account for AboutBoulder, then you should go to the front page of AboutBoulder. Once you are at our front page, you should be able to see the black toolbar at the very top of the page. Click on “Customize” on the black toolbar and you should see the new options pop up on the left side. Click “menus” and the new options should show you all of the menus. Choose and click the menu you want to edit and all the drop-downs of that menu should show up on the page.


Add drop-downs. Go to the bottom of the page with all the drop-downs, where it says “+ Add Items”. Click on “+ Add Items” and new option page should show up. In the new option page, you can decide what your drop-downs will include. There are many contents you can include in your drop-downs, including posts, pages, videos, and even links. It is recommended that you create a more general category for the drop-down on our main page(like blog categories or Media Shows), this way you can always add subcategories to the drop down for our visitors to discover. Simply click on the content you find in the new option box and click on “Save & Publish” your drop-down should be on our main page.


Delete drop-downs. Go to the drop-downs page and click on “+ Add Items”. Look for the drop-down you want to delete in the original drop-downs page. After you find the drop-down, simply click the red “x” to the right of the drop-down and then click on “Save & Publish”, the drop-down you want to remove should be disappeared on our front page when you go check.


Move the drop-downs and create subcategories for drop-downs. Go to the drop-downs page and click on “+ Add Items”. Find the drop-down you want to make as a subcategory, simply drag that drop-down under the main category drop-down you want to use, and the original drop-down should be subcategory drop-down now, after you click on “Save & Publish”.

Erwin is raised and grown locally in Boulder. Born to be an adventurer, Erwin joined the Boy Scouts of America at the age of 12, conquered the frozen icebergs of Alaska and the narrow canyons of Utah, finally achieving the rank of Eagle Scout three days before his eighteenth birthday. Now a fourth year student double majoring in Economics and Philosophy at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Erwin is still excited to experience the wonders of life both physically and spiritually. Erwin is interested to pursue a career in digital marketing and HR after his graduation in December, hoping one day to change the world for the better with the knowledge he obtained through his experiences. With a passion to learn, Erwin obtained “Inbound Marketing” certificate from HubSpot Academy, as well as learned computer languages like R, HTML, Javascript on his own. During his off time, you can bet Erwin will be reading his favorite philosophy books like “The Works of Aristotle” at Alley Cat cafe or grabbing an ice cold beer with friends at the Mayor of Old Town in Fort Collins.