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  • Since the directions for “Creating a static front page” won’t work how can I remove the Home from my menu bar? Is this possible or not? I’ve done exactly as explained but this template won’t let me create text within the designated “Home” page for this template..So if I remove it then I can recreate it with what I want..

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  • If you are using WordPress 3, the process has been simplified with the new custom menus under “Appearance”. If you don’t have that or if your theme doesn’t support custom menus then try to take a look at your header template file, that might contain it.

    If all the above didn’t help, try adding this CSS code to your nav.css file:

    	display: none;

    Though, i’m not sure what side effects that might cause for other menus so use it at your own risk..

    <?php if ( is_home() ) { ?><?php bloginfo(‘description’); ?> | <? bloginfo(‘name’); ?><?php } ?>

    Now what do I do?

    ‘<?php if ( is_home() ) { ?><?php bloginfo(‘description’); ?> | <? bloginfo(‘name’); ?><?php } ?> ‘

    Found this in the Header now what?

    Is your home page a static page? If so you can exclude it from the menu..
    This plugin might help in this situation :

    Not a static page until a second page is created then the Home page is supposed to be able to be that. Doesn’t happen with this template. So in the header.css which i put above how can I remove it from there? Do i just delete the word Home?

    <?php if ( is_home() ) { ?><?php bloginfo('description'); ?> | <? bloginfo('name'); ?><?php } ?>

    Can “Home” be removed from this section of code so it goes away from my menu bar? How much of the code do I remove?

    Thanks to anyone who can help…

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