There’s one more way to display a custom menu: in the Custom Menu widget.
Menu widget looks a lot like the Pages widget, shown in Figure 7-8.
The advantage of the Custom Menu widget is that it’s more flexible than the Pages
widget. The Pages widget shows all (or almost all) of your pages, but the Custom
Menu widget shows just the pages you want and can optionally include other category
links and links to other websites, provided that you add them to your custom
TIP One nifty way to use the Custom Menu widget is to create a blogroll—a list of blogs you recommend,
blogs by people you know, or sites that have content similar to yours. For example, a cooking blog might have a
blogroll with other food-related blogs in it. All you need is a new menu (you can name it “Blogroll”), which you
can then fill with links.