I host my own WordPress blog at http://jennifergeck.com/photos/ (I'm just starting to put it together.) I want my Home page to be static and the Blog page for my blog posts. As you can see, I have two "Home" tabs in my navigation bar. I saw the tutorial on hiding one by assigning it a parent, but because my navigation is made up of drop-down menus, doing so will just move it to another level and it will still be visible as a 'child' under a 'parent'. Is there a way to completely hide one of the Home tabs? I'm not familiar enough with the code to be able to find what I need...but if someone could point me in the right direction and tell me what to do, I would be grateful.
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