Trying to do a really simple thing in the 'Fighter' theme....add a link called 'Home' to the main menu.
The main menu appears to be a list of pages called by the sidebar.php page thus:
<php wp_list_pages('title_li='); ?>
The list of pages is called by the php tag - I added an 'a href' bit as a link to the home page just before this php call, as I wanted it to appear at the top of the list (I'm sorry, I can't work out how to show code here...it keeps turning my code into actual links...and not showing the code!!). This php call and my added a href link were within ul tags, themselves within a div class id.
My a href home link works, except that it is completely unstyled....despite being within the ul stylers of the css for the php call.
I don't want to have to create a new page in wordpress called 'Home' - this is just a link (a very logical one to have under main menu, don't you think?) to the index page.
Unfortunately, I cannot find anywhere else to insert this link. I can't find wp_list_pages anywhere, I've even searched the database itself!!
This must be simpler to do than this? I'm not asking for much....am I?
I'm afraid these themes are sometimes way too complexicated in code and css structures that only a geek could understand..... ;) Surely something as important as a navigation menu should be more accessible to humble lay people?