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  • buddha trance

    (@buddha-trance)

    It always helps to provide a link, so we can look at the site and the theme.

    It seems like these pages are created from pre-made templates.

    I can think of two possibilities.

    1 – If in your theme folder you find files such as about.php, editorial.php, etc., try to use that template for the page you have created, in Manage –> Pages –> Page Template drop down menu.

    2 – Since you have existing pages that you created prior to changing the theme, you can change the header call to the menu, so it will find your pages.

    Try this to change your “<div id=”pages”>”

    <div id="pages"><li class="<?php if ( is_home() or is_archive() or is_single() or is_paged() or is_search() or (function_exists('is_tag') and is_tag()) )
    	{ ?>current_page_item<?php } else { ?>page_item<?php } ?>"><a title="<?php bloginfo('name'); ?>" href="<?php bloginfo('url'); ?>">Home</a></li>
    
    	<?php wp_list_pages('depth=1&title_li=&exclude='); ?></div>

    It should work.

    P1NBACK

    (@p1nback)

    Hey, this worked. Albeit with a different design, but this definitely gives me a great starting point! thank you!

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