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Making a Sub-menu

  1. I am using the Pilcrow theme for one of my blogs. The pages I created are listed across the top. What I would like to do is make a submenu under one of those pages. I thought that by assigning the page a "parent" in the drop-down box in Page Attributes, that the sub-page would show up under the right page. But it is not showing up at all. Any advice?

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

  2. Pilcrow by default does not show subpages, but you can do that with custom menus.

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/

  3. I tried that and it showed up on the right side of the page instead of at the top with the other pages....is there any way I can get it to show up at the top?

  4. Sorry, I should have looked. Vermillion does not have top navigation. You would have to switch to a theme that did.

  5. Wait, what blog are you talking about? Pilcrow has top navigation and the custom menus work just fine with it.

    The blog linked to your username is using Vermillion which does not support top navigation.

  6. Here is Pilcrow with dropdown menus using the custom menu feature. If fact there are sub sub pages.

  7. Sorry, I forgot to give you the link to my test blog.

    http://allthekingshorses.wordpress.com/

  8. thank you, I think I see what I did wrong...appreciate your help.

  9. You are welcome.

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