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    As mentioned above, I’m using the Cutline 1.4 template. It’s a great template but there’s a small problem. I switched my ‘blog’ to another page, using this hack (

    You can view my site here: See how the ‘blog’ is set under current issue?

    Switching it over went just fine. So I created a home page and set WordPress to recognize that new one as my homepage. Unfortunately for me, there’s a “frontpage” and a “home”. This seems to happen no matter what I set as my homepage (Example: I set “about” as my homepage, then the navigation reads FrontPage, About, etc) Is there any way to delete the “front page”?

    Thank you in advance to anyone who can help! 🙂


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  • Go into your header file and change the navigation section – this should help you do it:

    Basically you just need to get rid of the part that says Front Page OR you can exclude the home page, whichever you’d prefer.

    Thank you, chelle. I’ll try doing that. 🙂


    I finally figured out the answer to this. Took me a while but in header.php it said something like ‘home’ and page order. I deleted the home part and it worked like a charm. : )


    Ok, here are the official instructions. Go to header.php. Find this code:

    <div id="top-menu">
    <li><a href="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>">Home</a></li>
    <?php wp_list_pages('sort_column=menu_order&depth=1&title_li='); ?>

    Take out this line:

    <a href="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>">Home</a>

    It’s this line that’s coded into many templates that gets the home page to show up twice. It’s a total bear but it’s a really easy hack once you know what to look for.

    Hope this helps someone else who’s looking for the answer. : )


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