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  • You’re using the default permalink structure and it appears the links in your header are hardcoded. You have 2 ways to go about this…

    1. Update your permalinks so that you’re using “pretty permalinks”. Dashboard > Settings > Permalinks Then when you create a page called Contact it will be automatically linked. More on that from the Codex.

    2. Keep the default permalinks but you’ll need to edit the links hardcoded in the header. For instance, if you have a Contact page using the default permalink structure it may look something like yoursite.com/?page_id=10 Obviously you’ll need to edit the hardcoded link in header.php to reflect this.

    I’m not sure what you mean by “hovering over the link”? A tooltip? If yes simply add title="your tooltip" to the anchor tag.

    You’re using the default permalink structure and it appears the links in your header are hardcoded. You have 2 ways to go about this…

    1. Update your permalinks so that you’re using “pretty permalinks”. Dashboard > Settings > Permalinks Then when you create a page called Contact it will be automatically linked. More on that from the Codex.

    2. Keep the default permalinks but you’ll need to edit the links hardcoded in the header. For instance, if you have a Contact page using the default permalink structure it may look something like yoursite.com/?page_id=10 Obviously you’ll need to edit the hardcoded link in header.php to reflect this.

    I’m not sure what you mean by “hovering over the link”? A tooltip? If yes simply add title="your tooltip" to the anchor tag.

    Hmmm, I seem to have double posted.

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