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Organizing Pages (2 posts)

  1. dasgud
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    first I will explain my conflict briefly. I'm throwing together a website to be kind of a personal journal. One of the main things this website will house is my tutorials.
    jaftek.com
    take a look. and if you really want to read the content I slammed together to test my wordpress them :P
    I digress.
    Hover over "Tutorials". you now see the 2 "test tutorials" i have placed. Both of these pages have a parent of "tutorials" causing them to be included in the drop down menu. I do not want this. The issue seems simple, remove "tutorials" as the main parent, but that leaves my other option to have each tutorial on my main header link bar. How can I create a page without having to assign it a parent? I will be assigning links to these pages so I dont need them in my drop down.

    So that wasnt very brief, any help appreciated. thank you very much in advance. I really do appreciate it.

  2. Arnold Goodway
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    It sounds as if you need to exclude certain pages from your menu bar. Your theme most probably is using the function wp_list_pages to generate your menu. You will need to change the code in header.php to exclude the relevant pages. You will find more details at http://codex.wordpress.org/Good_Navigation_Links

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