Step 1: Enter the designer (learn how).
Step 2: Once in the designer, click the CMS tab in the left column.
Step 3: Hover your mouse over the navigation bar. It should turn green because it's a symbol (which just means any edits you make will display across all pages on the site). Double Click on the bar to open the NavBar symbol.
Step 4: Click on the "Layers" tab (3rd tab) in the right-side editor panel. Select the "dd-menu" layer.
Step 5: Once you've selected the correct layer, click over to the "Style" tab (1st tab) in the right-side editor panel. Under the "Display Setting" click the "Flex" option to expand the nav menu.
Step 6: Once open, select a link in the specific menu list you want to add to. Copy that link (Cmd+C) and immediately paste it (Cmd+V) which should duplicate it.
Step 7: Double click on the new link and rename. Then select the "Settings" tab (2nd tab) from the right-side editor panel and select a page from the page dropdown list to link to. If you want to link to a URL other than meshbr.com, click the "Link" icon to the left of the "Page" icon just above the page dropdown list and paste the URL into the field provided.
Step 8: Once you have finished editing the link text and the link destination, click the "Style" tab (1st tab) and click the "None" option under "Display Setting" in order to close the nav menu. Once closed, simply click the "x" button in the top left corner to close the symbol.
Step 9: Now the nav bar is ready to be published. Click on the "Publish" button in the top-right corner to make it live.