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Pages not showing up with Esquire theme

  1. So I'm creating a thesis blog and created some basic pages--about me, reading lists, etc--but I can't get them to show up anywhere on the left or right hand navigation. It's not enough to just locate them in the footer and expect people to scroll. I'd like a tag cloud and a list of the pages that I've created. Can somebody help me with this?

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

  2. If you're creating a Thesis blog, you're in the wrong forum and need to be at wordpress.ORG instead. We can't help you here, as our software works differently.

  3. I'm confused--it's a blog that I started in wordpress.com. All I'm asking is how to get my pages to show up in the nav. I have a personal blog thru wordpress using a different template that works fine. Just wondering if it is a design limitation on the esquire template that doesn't allow users to create left hand navigation. If so, I'll switch the theme to something that's easier for users to navigate through.

  4. We need a link to the site you are talking about please, but with the Esquire theme in general, if you create a custom menu and assign that custom menu to the "primary" location, your pages will show up in the yellow section at left under the site title/description.

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