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How to remove a specific page form the top navigation bar?

  • I am trying to make my top navigation bar to not show all the pages on my blog. For now I am using a plugin, but it is kind of slowing me down, so I wonder, how could I remove a specific page form the top navigation bar?…
    Here is the site:
    http://www.blogstash.com/

    Thank you all in advance.

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  • If your site is using WordPress menus (which it should be) you can just remove items from the menu.

    Look under Dashboard / Appearance / Menus

    remove menu options and save the menu.

    If you are not using WordPress menus, consider converting the theme to use them.

    Thanks for your reply.

    I have tried using the menu option, but it doesn’t work.

    When I disable the plugin (exclude pages from navigation), 3 of the pages that are not on the menu appear in the navigation as well. But the weird thing is that 3-4 other pages that are not on the menu, don’t show there, which is what I want, but id dont know why the other 3 pages show?…

    Thanks in advance.

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