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putting pages in top navigation

  • I’ve installed the Liquorice AllSorts theme (http://liquorice.monomo.co.uk/) on to my blog (http://www.thomasmahoney.net).

    The pages (listed under “site” in my right navigation) where originally in the top nav section above the blog’s name, but after adding some new widgets, have shifted to the right side nav.

    I want just the pages to be back on top, above the blog title. Please advise how to do this, if possible. Thanks!

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  • While the theme author’s site has a menu at the top of screen, there was no page navigation menu in the downloadable theme, none at least on the one I downloaded earlier.
    The Codex is your friend, check out how to create horizontal menus.
    You can add this page navigation menu in header.php and add styling to it in style.css and you might want to delete the page navigation widget you added on your sidebar.
    Good luck.

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