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  • Hey astroX, it seems you managed to do just that on your gotlockerz blog. I’m trying to do get the same thing using the bueno theme i.e. deleting the categories and adding my own description. can you post on here how you did it? thanks!

    You both should try to get support from the WooThemes support forums. They will be able to help you better.

    @fumme I’ll be totally honest with you .. I don’t remember how exactly I did it .. I do remember I opened a file inside the theme’s folder and edited it on Dreamweaver.

    Weeks laters I created a Spanish version of my blog [] and you’ll noticed in this one I haven’t been able to edit/change the category ‘uncategorized’ :S

    So I’d still want to know how to accomplish this!

    @spencerfinnell I can’t because in order to get support from them I have to have a subscription .. the Bueno theme was/is for free

    I’d really like to get rid of it too!

    I’m trying to get rid of the uncategorized category too. 🙂 Really new here but really ready to move fast. Any help on this would be fantastic! 🙂

    Hi, I’m also looking to get rid of this line. Any suggestions/developments?

    Got it. In the Bueno ‘Custom Navigation’ section, go to ‘Menu Selector’ on the right, dropdown to ‘Woo Menu 2’ press Switch, then delete ‘Uncategorized’. I’ve personally changed it to a link to my about page.

    I use Bueno and there are two ways I know to do it:

    Method 1 (preferred) — the CSS way

    The Bueno theme comes with a custom.css file that you can edit that will supercece the style.css (and the style/color.css) definitions. This is good because you’re only changing the presentation of your blogs content. (As opposed to the actual content, -for which the developers at Woo Themes wrote the php to do.) If you ever update, back up the custom.css file and replace the new one with and your old one and your changes will be preserved.

    So here’s how to hide the category navigation. Open custom.css in a text editor add:

    /* Hide Category Navigation */
    #navigation{ display:none; }

    and save changes. You’re done!

    Method 2 — Edit Theme’s PHP

    The other way is to edit the theme’s Header.php file. (Which may be against Woo Theme’s usage restrictions for the free theme. I don’t know.)

    Open Header.php in a text editor and delete the whole navigation div. You’ll have to do this again every time you upgrade.

    Hope that helps. Cheers!

    i’ve tried jbavvo’s method and it worked 🙂

    @alpha_llama thanks for your suggestions. i am actually trying to get the pages and categories menu to be together in the header would you know how to do this? thanks!

    Try this:

    <blockquote><ul id="PagesAndCategories">
    <?php wp_list_pages( 'title_li=' ); wp_list_categories( 'title_li=' ); ?>

    You’ll need to style the ul. (could give it the id for the Cat Nav or the Page Nav.)

    Hope that helps.

    hey, alpha_Ilama I’m quite the novice, i’m afraid. where would I put this in header.php? Do I need to delete anything? And how would I style the ul? thanks!

    @jbavvo you rock! 🙂 Thanks that was a HUGE help!

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