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[Resolved] Remove Link From Nav Bar

  • Nipponshin

    @nipponshin

    Hi! Sorry to bother again, but I have another problem now…

    I made a privacy policy page and I added it to the footer menu, but a link also appeared in the nav bar too, now I have 2 links to the same page! I want to keep the link to this page in the footer only, is there a way to remove the link from the nav bar?

    I want to remove from the nav bar the one that says “Políticas de Privacidad / Condiciones de Uso”, please help me with this.

    Website: Bitcoin Fácil

    I’ll be eagerly awaiting your answer, have a nice day!

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  • manojrohtela

    @manojrohtela

    check you admin menu…i think this page auto add in you nav menu …plz check there

    Nipponshin

    @nipponshin

    Hi, there isn’t a nav menu, in fact, there wasn’t any menu at the beginning…
    I needed to create a footer menu in order to display the link in the footer, but if I create a nav menu and make it primary then the current nav bar disappears.

    Nipponshin

    @nipponshin

    ohh I just found out what was the problem… After creating a nav menu I went to customize and it gave me a choice of what to use as my primary menu!

    Thanks a lot my friend! I couldn’t have figured it out this fast without your comment.

    WPyogi

    @wpyogi

    Forum Moderator

    EDIT – sorry, cross-posted with you – glad you figured it out :)!

    You need to create a separate custom menu to control what shows up in each one – go to Menus – and click on the Manage Locations tab – create a separate menu for the regular menu location and the footer location.

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