My client needs only static pages, so I created a menu of pages, and then in settings designated that a “static page” be the landing page. The page I want folks to land on should read “Home” in the nav bar, so in the menu area I assigned the word “Home” as navigation label. It’s my understanding that this should replace the default nav. label which is the title of the page – but it’s not; it’s still showing up as the page title. (Also, when I select the static landing page in settings/reading, it also lists the page by its page title, not the navigation label (“home”) I assigned.)
Here on the link, you’ll see “De-Stressing the College Application Process” as first nav. item. This is what I’m trying to call “Home” as described above. This seems like it should be an easy fix! Many thanks ~
Hmmm. Is anyone here? UPDATE: A friend had me check the “primary menu” box which DID allow the nav. label to change to “home” – HOWEVER, this made the entire nav. menu fall on two lines instead of one, despite it being much shorter. How to fix?
1. how to make the footer (where I’ve placed copyright info) CENTER on the bottom of page – as it is, no matter which footer widget I use, it stays flush left.
2. the theme says it’s fully responsive, but it’s not working well at all – ie;, no nav bar, for one thing. (viewing on iPhone 4s)
Any help here would sure be appreciated!
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