Go to appearance-Menu- create a 2nd menu call it ‘Sidebar’. On left create links to sites that will give your viewers more information.
‘Don’t forget to label them’
then check box to add them to the Sidebar Menu. SAVE.
The Custom Menu Widget allows you to display pages, categories, and custom links in your blog’s sidebar. Go to appearance-Widgets-Custom-drag Widget to your right and drop into any area you like,sidebar,Primary,Footer
Here’s an example of what it looks like when it’s activated on a blog sidebar.
Select Menu: Use this to choose which of your custom menus to display. If you haven’t already created a custom menu, you’ll need to do that first on the Appearance -> Menus page.You have done this already! Called it ‘Sidebar’. Choose it and SAVE.
Adding WordPress Script on host Fatcow This means if you buy a domain name and use a host like Fatcow/Hostgator etc your site will have the WordPress Framework which you are working on.