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  1. I tried Panos, no go. It links to a non-existent page called "the-faq". Maybe if I delete the Custom Menu...

  2. @Jennifer: Works in my test blog (even with Inuit Types). Please try it again so I can have a look.

  3. Custom Menu deleted, logged out, cookies danced, still points to the non-existent page rather than linking to the FAQ even though in the Pages menu it still shows the title with the underlying link. If I view that same page, it goes to the non-existent page.

    I also removed the Custom Menu widget in my sidebar (before deleting the Custom Menu, of course) because although the link to the FAQ did actually point to the FAQ, it killed the sidebar. Everything under the first widget was gone.

    Just think I'll wait a while with this. In any event, it's time to watch Eurovision.

  4. OK-I see what happened. When I updated the non-existent page to disallow comments, WordPress.com changed the page slug to "the-faq". Revised the page slug to the relative link and all is well.

  5. Right now, these themes have the custom menu feature built in: Twenty Ten, Structure, Vostok, Bueno, Enterprise, and Notepad. If you’re using a different theme, don’t fret. We’ll be adding support to more themes, but in the meantime you can still play with custom menus by using the new widget called, amazingly enough, Custom Menu. This widget will let you add any of the custom menus you create to one of your sidebars/widget areas. From:
    http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2010/05/29/new-custom-menus-feature-and-a-few-others/

  6. There you go! http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2010/05/29/new-custom-menus-feature-and-a-few-others/

    Right now, these themes have the custom menu feature built in: Twenty Ten, Structure, Vostok, Bueno, Enterprise, and Notepad. If you’re using a different theme, don’t fret. We’ll be adding support to more themes, but in the meantime you can still play with custom menus by using the new widget called, amazingly enough, Custom Menu. This widget will let you add any of the custom menus you create to one of your sidebars/widget areas.

  7. LOL!

  8. ~~ lol ... echo, echo , echo :D

  9. I use one of the old themes (Regulus) and I do not see any difference between the new Custom Menus and the old Links widget. A Custom Menu with a drop-down box for the side bar would have been a better choice.

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