Create a culinary menu using one of two file formats. Adobe Acrobat PDF is a file format that is used because of its compatibility with various computer systems. That said, a standard HTML webpage is also highly compatible but usually less printer friendly. Primarily, the first step you will want to take is to generate a document that contains your menu content and then look at putting that content into either an HTML web page or a PDF file.
Create a culinary menu - HTML
To add a culinary menu to your website as a regular HTML page please follow these steps:
- While in edit mode click "Add Widget" on the administrative bar at the top
- Select the "Text Widget" and click Add Widget
- Paste the textual contents of your menu into the Text Widget editor
- Format the content afterwards using the Text Widget editor
To use the existing culinary menu that uses an HTML table please follow these steps:
- Navigate to the "Menus" page while in editor mode
- Hovering over the Text Widget menu click "Edit" on the widget menu
- Within the Text Widget editor edit each menu items name column and price column
- Click on one of the menu tables and notice it selects the entire table denoted by surrounding boxes
- Right click on the table and go to context menu "Row"
- See the various commands to "Insert row before", "Insert row after" and "Delete row" all giving you complete control over the contents of the menus
Create a culinary menu - PDF
One option is to put your culinary menu onto the website as a PDF
file or set of PDF files. Whoever created your hard-copy menu would typically also have the ability and software to create a PDF version of your menu.
If you have multiple menus; breakfast, lunch, dinner and wine list -- just upload them as independent files to your website.
You would then use a text widget to put links to the PDF files.
Alternately, you may fax your menu to us and we'll post it on your site for you.
Our fax number is: 425-732-0231