all i want to do is create PAGES (which I’ve successfully done) and then have them appear at the top menu. These are pages that will include my resume reel and bio info that is perm. I’ve published them and they appear nowhere. In looking at the forums it seems that I need to copy code somewhere for this to work. is that right? I thought this was a pretty simple/common request.
im not someone who really knows code, so i get a little lost in the jargon. im hoping there is a simpler alternative or someone would be so kind as to explain the few code steps needed to resolve this.
Im using style: Cutline 3-Column Split 1.1
Thanks for the links. I saw these earlier and Im fine pasting them in the appropriate page(s) but I dont know what pages to paste it into and if it matters where I paste it. Im sure it’s easy, but a little more navigational help would be awfully appreciated.
I have successfully loaded the main pages on my blog, which appear in the category / menu bar, Home, About, and Contact Us. I am setting up an information type blog and have written many pages.
The pages come up on my screen and on the category / menu bar, and it says in the Dashboard that the pages are Published.
I have contacted other people and they can only see the Home, About and Contact Us pages.
Could anybody tell me if I am missing out on a step that wont let my other pages be published.
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