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I need to have a menu like this:

- a (link to a)
-- b (link to b, children of a)
-- c (link to c, children of a)
- d (NO LINK, #)
-- e (link to e)

I have the menu composed by the pages, as wordpress default. I want that "d" links to nothing (#), because i have a blank page and it doesn't have sense to exist.

How can i achieve this?

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Just add a custom link (wp-dashboard > Appearance > Menus) using a dummy url, then add the custom link to your menu, and edit the menu item and remove the url.

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