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[Resolved] Twin Home Pages in Atahualpa theme

  • Using latest version of atahualpa theme (3.2). Somehow I have siamese twin static home pages across the top menu even though there is only one static home page in the Pages section. The twin does not exist when I put the pages menu in the sidebar. Using other themes this does not occur (ie the twin disapears). http://yourpath.com.au to see what I mean.

    Any suggestions?

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  • Can you post your header code please

    At Atahualpa Theme Options -> Page Menu Bar -> Home link in Page Menu Bar

    delete the word “Home” form the text field

    check your header.php

    Look for a <div id="navmenu"> or something similar, underneath that you’ll see a <li>home</li> thats probably surrounded by some php. Comment that list out or delete it!

    What probably happened was, you created a static home page, made that your front page and the blog your post page, right? So now you still got the original home link in the header. Correct me if I’m wrong!

    Hope this helps!

    Oh I’m so happy I could cry. thankyou all for your assistance.

    Randiniclole: Where do I find the header code? For future reference.

    BytesForAll: I did this and it worked. Perfect

    jarvis88: Yes. Did you have a camera on me whatching my every move? I hope you haven’t seem me doing anything I’m going to be embarresed about?

    When you view your edit themes page. on the right hand side you should see a header.php page, click it, it will edit it for you

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