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How to arrange the order of the pages?

  1. I would like to find out how to go about changing the order of the pages.
    ie. I have the following on the front page of my blog/ site: Goal; Take Action; The Problem.
    I would like to change it to: Goal; The Problem; Take Action.

    It should be something simple to make this change, but I don't where I can change this on the dashboard.

    Thanks in advance.

    The blog I need help with is neighborhoodworm.wordpress.com.

  2. See this on support pages;

    http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/05/07/can-i-sort-my-pages/

    Hope this helps.

  3. There are two approaches you can use. There are two approaches you can use.
    Page Order - Page attributes module order numerically rather than alphabetically
    This approach is for use by those who only want to have Pages.

    The second appraoch is to create a custom menu. A custom menu allows you to display Categories with drop-downs to sub-categories in tabs along the horizontal navigation where normally only Pages tabs are displayed. If you wish you can also include Pages with drop-downs to sub-pages and/or Tags pages and/or Custom Links in your custom menu as well. You are in charge of what appears in a custom menu. You choose the order in which to display any and/or all the foregoing in your custom menu. . If you have a custom menu then you must establish consistency. Check the Pages sub-pages themselves to see if you have established a Parent page and child page “hierarchical structure” in the page attributes module. Remove if required.

    Also remove any “order” numbers you have assigned that may conflict with the order you are creating by dropping and dragging. Or simply change them so they are the same order as you establish in the menu. Establish consistency – problem solved

    You are using the Imbalance 2 theme. Imbalance 2 offers two layout options, fluid and fixed.
    Fluid means the width changes according to screen resolution (or the width of browser) your visitors use.
    Fixed means the width does not change according to screen resolution (or the width of browser) your visitors use.
    http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/imbalance2/

    Column one is the blog title and tagline; you edit them in Settings > General.
    Column four is for widgets; you add them in Appearance > Widgets.
    Columns two and three are for two custom menus; you create and load them in Appearance > Menus

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