Making pages NOT show up on menu bar
My site is a pseudo website/blog. The home page is a standard blog format. I have several other pages that are static. In the menus options, I have one menu created and saved and I do not have the “Automatically add new top-level pages” box checked. Nonetheless, every page I create has a menu item even when those pages have not been added to the menu nor show up as an item on the menu list.
Under Theme Locations box, I don’t have any menu selected for any of the three menus. If I do select the menu for the “Header Menu” item, then all the pages show up as parent, ignoring my parent-child selections.
The pages do show in the “Pages” box on the left, but were never checked and added to the menu.
I have a couple of pages I want to hide from the menu. One is a page that should show up only after someone completes a form. The other is a page of text that I would prefer to only show up from the link I created under the links widget.
Any ideas on why the menu options are not behaving?ModAdminQuote:Under Theme Locations box, I don’t have any menu selected for any of the three menus. If I do select the menu for the “Header Menu” item, then all the pages show up as parent, ignoring my parent-child selections.
You would have to select the menu for the Header Menu location. Otherwise, the menu you created won’t be used at all. To create a parent-child relation in a custom menu, just drag the child menu items a little bit to the right under the parent menu item. See this page for more details: http://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Menus_Screen
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