I believe I have the latest version of WordPress as I am new and just installed it.
I have everything up and running. The first theme I tried was really basic, and worked ok. I set up a couple pages and no problems. At the top of my header, it made additional tabs for each of my pages and when I clicked on them, it sent me there.
Now, I have just downloaded a more advanced theme. I believe it is set up with “permalinks” (if I understand permalinks correctly from what I read on this site) that give each link a specific url – for example, when I click on the “About” link at the top, it sends me to http://mywebsite.com/about
The only problem with this is that I can’t figure out how to link that with my “Pages” in the admin section.
What I need help doing is setting my “Pages” to correspond with particular urls of my page. For example, I want my “About Us” page to correspond with the url I described above. For some reason, the theme isn’t doing this for me automatically. Here is the code from the theme that I believe handles the “page links” at the top of the website (I put it in quotes):
/”><img src=”<?php bloginfo(‘template_url’); ?>/images/logo-trans.png” alt=”wpelogo”/>
/about/”><span class=”menu-items”><h3>About:</h3>Learn more about Everburning Press.</span>
/contact/”><span class=”menu-items”><h3>Contact:</h3>Questions or comments? Email us.</span>
/product/”><span class=”menu-items”><h3>Product:</h3>Get the latest supplements for your 4th Edition D&D game here!</span>
/editorial/”><span class=”last-menu-item”><h3>Editorial:</h3>Find our what we think.</span>
Any help on this would be fantastic.
I’ve tried going into the “permalink” section and also looking for some way to set the urls of the pages manually and can’t seem to find anything in the admin GUI.