Adding Menu Items
Adding navigation menus for GeoDirectory is fairly simple, as GeoDirectory integrates with the default WordPress menu system.
Note: This guide discusses how to add GeoDirectory-specific navigation on the frontend. If you are looking for details about GeoDirectory menus in the WP admin panel, head on to this page <link to explore settings section>.
Using the Setup Wizard
When you first install and active GeoDirectory, you will be greeted by a Step Wizard. You have the option to add GeoDirectory items to the Main Menu in the penultimate step of the Wizard.
You may run the Setup Wizard anytime by opening Help --> Setup Wizard from the in-context Help menu on any GeoDirectory page in WP admin panel.
Furthermore, if you are unable to view the menus in the admin panel, you can click Screen Options on the top right corner and then select the GD menu to display.
Customizing the Menus
Alternatively, you can add new menus in the WP admin panel itself from Appearance --> Menus page. You have the option of adding GeoDirectory pages as well as endpoints, as per your requirements.
If you wish to add custom taxonomies such as Place Tags, you can show them via Screen Options setting on the Menus page.
Adding menu entries for GeoDirectory's content or CPTs is straightforward, primarily because it follows the same model of WordPress menus for pages and posts. If you are new to WordPress, reading the documentation about menus might be a good start.