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  • If I understand correctly, then you can use the template tag, wp_list_pages(), in your theme’s sidebar.php file to list pages. Check the WordPress Default 1.6 theme and the wp-content/default/sidebar.php for an example.

    Yeh sorry i was a bit unclear….i want to implement the way the navigation shows where the user is within the sub-pages. Like i want to be able to give a “current” css style to the heading for where people are within the pages. (if that make sense)

    And WP adds the “current_page_item” class to the Page where you are on. Just check your source code (and read the documentation).
    The rest is editing your stylesheet.

    moshu….thanks for the info – i didn’t know about that class. Why is there documentation detailing ways like: http://codex.wordpress.org/Dynamic_Menu_Highlighting

    when adding a “current_page_item” class in your css is much much easier???

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