Can’t Find My Pages!!
I just set my blog so several of the pages are now “child” pages under my Teacher Resources page. However, now I can’t find the pages anywhere! How do I set it up so I can still find all my pages and still have them organized?
I’m assuming it’s because the theme I’ve chosen has a static front page?
The blog I need help with is justcallmemsfrizzle.wordpress.com.
We can’t help without the exact URL of your blog, starting with http, and the URL of the parent page.
Haha, whoops! The blog is:
The parent page is “Teacher Resources” and should have 4 child pages associated with it.
Many themes do not display static Page tabs in the horizontal navigation menu. Many themes that do display Page tabs in the horizontal menu do not display sub-pages (child pages) in dropdowns from that menu or in the menu bar at all. When you choose a theme like the one you have up on your blog you need to place the Pages widget in your sidebar to provide access to your pages and sub-pages. See > http://en.support.wordpress.com/widgets/pages-widget/
Currently, the Bueno, Enterprise (2 dropdown levels – Top level – Pages & Sub-Pages – Bottom Level – 10 Categories & Sub-Categories) , Greyzed, iNove, Inuit Types, Koi, Modularity Lite. Monochrome, Neutra, Notepad, Sandbox 1.6.1, Structure, Twenty Ten, Titan, Vigilance, and Vostok themes have dropdowns to child pages from parent pages in the top horizontal menu.
You’re welcome and happy blogging! :)
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