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  • On my site I have created sub pages and attributed a parent to them, but they still don’t show up at all, anywhere. I’m not sure if there is something else that I am missing. I am using the BrightPage theme which shoes sub pages on the main nav menu on the home page in the preview…


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  • can i see your site? maybe it’s just css… How do you add pages to the menu? do you use menus tab? (dashboard/appearance/menus)

    My site is

    I add pages where it says Dashboard – Pages – Add New. I assign the parent & order & then there is still nothing there.

    Can you open header.php? if so, can you paste code right under this line ‘<!– BEGIN TOP NAVIGATION –>’? just so i can see how the navigation is called into template.

    [ Moderator note: please wrap code in backticks or use the code button. ]

    Here you go! Thank you so much for helping me!!

    		<div id="top-nav" class="clearfix">
    			<div id="menu" class="grid_1 first">
    				if (function_exists('wp_nav_menu')) {
    					wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'wpj-main-menu', 'menu_id' => 'dropmenu', 'fallback_cb' => 'wpj_default_menu'));
    				else {
    			</div> <!-- end div #menu -->
    			<div id="search" class="grid_2 last">
    				<?php get_template_part( 'searchform' ); // Search Form (searchform.php) ?>
    				<div class="icon-popup">
    					<a>" title="<?php _e('Syndicate this site using RSS', 'Brightpage'); ?>" id="rss-icon"><?php _e('<abbr title="Really Simple Syndication">RSS</abbr>'); ?></a>
    					<em><?php _e('Subscribe', 'Brightpage'); ?></em>
    				</div> <!-- end div .icon-popup -->
    			</div> <!-- end div #search -->
    		</div> <!-- end div #top-nav -->
    		<!-- END TOP NAVIGATION -->

    do you have teamviewer installed?
    as you can see from this line

    wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'wpj-main-menu', 'menu_id' => 'dropmenu', 'fallback_cb' => 'wpj_default_menu'));

    your theme uses wordpress 3+ menus, so you have to go into your dashboard, appearance/menus and set your sub-menus there
    than you just have to style them if you don’t already have styles for them. If you have teamviewer installed, i’ll be happy to show you what to do. 🙂

    Is teamviewer a plugin? I’m not seeing it.

    do you have skype? this will go a bit faster with at least skype. My skype name is [skype id moderated – this forum does not provide support via Skype]

    Sorry I had to leave for a networking event.

    I know it’s getting late now. When would be a good time for me to Skype you? I’m in EST, Florida…

    I really really appreciate you helping me! You are paying it forward big time. 🙂

    Time here is your time + 6 hours. 🙂
    Just send me request when you have the time, and we will work on this. same user name as here.

    Hi again, I think I sent you a request via Skype, but since I have barely used it I’m not sure. Let me know if you see it. 🙂

    Thanks again!

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