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TwentyTen theme - how to change menu?

  1. I am using Twenty Ten theme for one of my blogs. I do not create new posts when I write - I create new pages instead. With the Twenty Ten theme, the new pages appear at the top of the page under the header picture as new menu items. Somehow I changed that so that new page titles now appear vertically in the right hand side. I am trying to create a new blog using the same theme and want the same kind of menu - not horizontally at the top, but vertically on the right hand side. I opened Widgets but I haven't a clue what to do and if it was something to do with Widgets or something else. I just can't remember what I did with my last blog to move the menu to the side as a vertical list of page titles.

  2. I managed to move the page titles to the right hand column - I did that by opening Menu and choosing My menu and ticking "Automatically add top level pages to menu". However, I still have the page titles appearing in the menu at the top of the page. How do I remove all these page titles and just leave "Home" in the horizontal menu under the header picture?

  3. I figured it out. I moved the "Pages" widget into the primary widget area and now the page titles appear on the RHS.

  4. I figured it out. I moved the "Pages" widget into the primary widget area and now the page titles appear on the RHS.

  5. I'm happy to hear you resolved this because you failed to post a link to the blog in question, so we didn't have a clue which one it was the blog you were referring to. :)

  6. It's a private blog so that's why I didn't link to it. :) I also figured out how to customize the menu so that only the menu items (page titles) I wanted appeared in the top under the header image. I selected the page titles I wanted and added them to the new custom menu and then saved the new custom menu.

  7. Good on you! :)

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