I have just imported an existing site to
The menu in the sidebar is complete but the horizontal menu at the top
only contains “Home” and “About”
How do I add the other pages to the top menu.
FWIW the site at tucsonfluteclub.wordpress.com which I didn’t build is correct.
My first problem is knowing what the top menu is called by WP or Digg.
TIA for any help,
I don’t yet see a way to backup a WordPress.com site other that to export it which is how I move the site.
Oddly enough, I remember that theme, and those tabs are a hard coded unordered list in header.php
You would need to edit that file to add tabs.
Can I edit that file through the WP interface or do I need to go more directly through some control panel at GoDaddy. My site is at a temporary URL until I change the DNS and make the site live.
You can edit that file via the editor under Appearance, assuming the permissions are properly set. I’ve never actually used that editor. I copy the file via SFTP to my local machine, make the edits, and then upload back to the server.
Only AFTER I’ve made a backup of the file before making any edits. Regardless of the method of editing.
Thanks!! That wasn’t obvious!
I would have used the same editing method as you but with this temporary previewdns.com location I haven’t been able to find the files like header.php.
I should be able to fix all kinds of things now. Should the regular WP interface leave my changes alone?
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