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I have a few pages that contains technical tips.

I would like to group these pages under the title "tips" in the menu bar, but I don't want to make the item "tips" clickable because it does not contain any data.

How do I create a menu item which is not a page, whose sole purpose is to server as a menu parent?

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In Appearance » Menus, is you are using WordPress 3.7+, then from the left, under Links area, put your URL and then name the link. If you don't want to link the menu to any physical link, then just put a hash (#) there.
Custom Menu Link

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Create a custom link and add # as the url

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