I just updated my wordpress blog from an ancient version up to 2.1.1 . I am really happy with the result – the backend is sooo much richer with functionality!
My only small problem, is that I used to have a navigation bar that linked to each of the Pages I had created in my blog (such as http://www.t-shirt-alert.com/buying-t-shirts). The navigation bar ran horizontally in the blue strip underneath the main “T-Shirt-Alert” header image. But now all that is left is the “Home” navigation link, and all the other links have disappeared.
Now, I could well have deleted or overwritten the original file in which I had hardcoded this change, I am not sure.
My question is, which file should I be looking at hacking to get my beloved horizontal menu back, so that users can easily access all of the hardcoded pages (such as About Us, Contact Us etc).
Thanks in advance,
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