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  • I’ve created a few test Pages to see how they work, but when I go to view my site I expected to see links to these pages somewhere on the index page.

    I’m using the Benevolence theme and have other themes installed too – none show the Pages link. Kubrik does however.

    So how can I get the others to show the links to Pages too?

    Do I need to add code and if so what and where?

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  • The idea, as I understand it, is this: pages are designed to be independent of the rest of the blog, even going so far, as you’ve seen, to exclude a link to them on the front page. I suppose Kubrick automatically picks them up somehow. So yes, you’ll have to add your own links.

    Yeah, have to add something:

    You’d add this template tag to the theme’s sidebar.php file, or if it doesn’t have one to the menu/sidebar section of theindex.php.

    Yes that worked! Many thanks!

    I added:

    <?php wp_list_pages(‘arguments’); ?>

    to sidebar.php and the pages appeared on the index page as per Kubrik.

    One other thing. Is it possible to remove the word “pages” that appears above the links to Pages? And if so where do I go to do this?

    See the second example for wp_list_pages():

    Hey hey hey! That worked too!

    I added:

      <?php wp_list_pages(‘title_li= ‘); ?>

    to sidebar.php (and removed the code above that I added previously) and it worked a treat.

    Thanks to everyone who helped me 🙂

    I had this similar problem, but the solution posted by joeking worked like a charm.

    Hooray for google, and hooray for this great community. Thanks. 🙂

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