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Create Page Menus on Top of Site

  1. I'd like to put some pages on top of my site rather than on the sidebar.
    How do I do this?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Create a custom menu.
    Add the Pages into the custom menu.
    Remove the Pages widget from your sidebar.
    > Appearance > Widgets

    Here’s a link to a custom menu walkthrough >

    There are many common errors, misunderstanding and misconceptions when creating custom menus and you can read about them here >

  3. Thanks!

    1. All I need to know now is: How do I have it in the left-to-right order I want? HOME, then ABOUT, then AWARDS.
    (Not order relating to dropdown).
    2. Also, how do I make 'Home' link to my most recent post?

  4. I'm referring to horizontal order, not vertical.

  5. And the custom links, I tried that before and after my query, but it does not work.
    BTW, Pages that show up in Appearance > menus are: About, Home, and Awards; and there's another Home: Home. This last does not appear under Custom Menus and neither does About. I wonder if this is where the problem resides.
    It should all be pretty straightforward, I suspect. I don't even know how to remove Home: Home as it doesn't show up anywhere else.

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