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  1. I would like to put certain pages in my sidebar, but when I add a new page, it adds it to the header automatically. I understand how to do a custom menu (I think), but I want my sidebar pages to be different from my header pages. I am using the Elemin theme if that helps.

  2. Sorry, the question is: can this be accomplished?

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  4. Thanks. But is regular, free WordPress site able to do this in general?

  5. Every theme is different so I cannot provide an accurate answer that applies to your situation.

  6. Thanks.

  7. Hi 76classic,
    This is a pretty common issue, and can easily be solved with a custom menu. I'd suggest making two menus, one for the main navigation at the top of the site, and one for the sidebar.

    To learn how to make a menu, and add pages to it, start here: http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/

    It's a pretty simple feature, yet powerful because you can control what links go in each menu.

    Then, you can assign the main nav menu to the top navigation, and add the second to the sidebar as a widget.

    If you have further questions -- or need clarification, we'll be happy to help.

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