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  • Whenever I try to create a page, it goes onto the Header of my theme. (I am using iNove by the way.) I don’t mind that, it’s just that whenever I really want to create a page that I do not want people to see on the header or anywhere else, then it’s a problem. No, I am not talking about private pages, I just don’t want it to be displayed on the header or the page widget. I only want to be able to link through it.

    Imagine if I was creating a referral page saying “Hello, you are user number 100! Thanks for registering.”

    I wouldn’t want that on the header.. Is there a plugin for this? Does anyone understand what I’m talking about?

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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    Can you post a link to a page demonstrating this?

    You mean a website where they achieved this with their blog? I don’t know. I am just asking if it’s possible to do this..

    Wow best support ever.

    whooami

    (@whooami)

    Member

    i dont even know what youre asking.

    maybe you shouldn’t be a pompous ass when you ask unintelligible questions that you cant even demonstrate? Ya think?

    Hmmm, to provide a fitting answer, a link (to your site) is mostly always needed.

    Trying to answer your question without it:

    The navigation bar probably is formed through a function called wp_list_pages().

    Although there might be a plugin to hide some pages from that menu bar, I found the easiest way to create my own links (by removing the wp_list_pages() function, and build the list items myself).

    Peter

    Michael

    (@alchymyth)

    Forum Moderator

    @ryku650:
    try to read this: http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/wp_list_pages, particular the ‘exclude’ bit.

    i dont even know what youre asking.

    maybe you shouldn’t be a pompous ass when you ask unintelligible questions that you cant even demonstrate? Ya think?

    You don’t know whether I’m being an ass or not. Sit down little girl. I can’t really supply a link to something I don’t know. If you want a link, why don’t you look at any WP template’s header where the pages are displayed. Moronic simpleton. Don’t post here, you’ll just be ignored.

    Hmmm, to provide a fitting answer, a link (to your site) is mostly always needed.

    Trying to answer your question without it:

    The navigation bar probably is formed through a function called wp_list_pages().

    Although there might be a plugin to hide some pages from that menu bar, I found the easiest way to create my own links (by removing the wp_list_pages() function, and build the list items myself).

    Peter

    Alright thanks. I’ll have a look at that. And in case I fail or don’t have time to do so, what plugin would I use to do this?

    @ alchymyth
    That will help me out with what I’ll be doing. Thanks.

    I’ll post back if I need any help.

    Ryku650

    Moronic simpleton. Don’t post here, you’ll just be ignored.

    YOU started with the sarcasm – this had better not go any farther

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