The following video tutorial will aid your understanding of how to add categories in the "Pages" section of your Wordpress dashboard. There is also some information on how to add these categories to your main navigation menu. http://bit.ly/2kGQEIu Disabling Top Level Links in Wordpress Following some recent requests for information on how to disable the top-level links in Wordpress, I would suggest you read this article on the Stack Exchange (SE) website. SE is a resource where you can exchange information related to web development. As you can see there are many different ways to disable your website visitors clicking through to your top level menu items. However, the solution that I would recommend that you use is to use jQuery code: jQuery(document).ready(function( $ ) { $('#your-menu-item>a').click(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); }); }); Which you should strip using Notepad on Windows or Text Wrangler on Mac. Make sure the single quotations are properly formatted when editing in either of these text editors. #your-menu-item will the id of the element where you want

to make sure the user cannot click. To find this code, right click on one of the top level items in the main navigation on any of your pages, and then select "inspect element". See below where I studied the layout of my theme and found that each top level item has a unique ID. In this case I targeted #menu-item-35. When I add this to the jQuery, the top level item will no longer be clickable. Save the code above as a file called script.js in the "js" directory of your website theme folder. You can find this directory by logging into your hosting account (Reclaim hosting for example) and accessing the file manager of your site. Then navigate to the folder where your theme's files are stored. In my account they are stored here: wp-content>themes>your-theme>js and save it in there. Once you have saved your file here, you need to tell…

Welcome. This site has been setup to share some of my activities as a digital humanist, ethnomusicologist, web developer, educator and musician. I am currently fellow in digital studies at the Kluge Center (Library of Congress, Washington DC) and also a Fulbright scholar (2019). I recently completed my PhD at University College Cork, Ireland. This project (2014-2018) focused on exploring a library's special collection, the "Seán Ó Riada Collection" at University College Cork in Ireland. In my research, I am interested in the ways by which we can explore these types of

collections with the use of ethnography and digital visualisation. My current project based at the Kluge Center (January 2019 - August 2019) explores ways to reveal hidden field recordings from collections of Irish traditional music, with the goal of connecting and understanding them in new and alternative ways. If you have any thoughts, comments or ideas, I would be interested in hearing from you.     Many of the ideas that I express here will not be complete, but i'm constantly revising. Get in touch on the contact page, or tweet at www.twitter.com/mrpatrickegan.