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[Plugin: Custom Menu] Code blind and pages still show up at the top of the theme

  • My wp page is just used as front page, like an entry page. On the left I have used the “menu” with the custom menu widget and no problem developing the list on the left. all my pages are static. However, those pages also show up at the top of the theme. I want to remove all pages from showing at the top of the theme. I have read all the tutorials and even spent days literally reading the support topics that relate to my problem and tried them, like looking for the php call in the header which isn’t there, etc. So, does anyone know how to remove those pages from the top. As I said all my pages are static and don’t allow comments so its essentially used as front web page because the theme really fit what the site is about. http://www.robbedofinnocence.com and you can see the pages no matter what I do show up at the top. Any help would be deeply appreciated.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-menu/

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  • Wouldnt you know it. The minute you give up and post a “help SOS” cause you are code blind you figure it out. I had to use a special widget to hide it. Thanks anyway.

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