Using Twenty Ten theme: Is there a way to have no content on the Parent Pages that are listed in the Nav menu, so they are not "clickable" but the child pages under them are clickable?
For instance, If you had a Parent Page named Colors and you wanted Colors to be on the Nav menu at the top, but you really did not want to have anything general written about colors on a page, but under Ciolors on the Nav menu you wanted to have child pages of Red, Blue, Green, show up when people hover etc.
In other words, in my hierarchy I don't really want anything other than the Name at the top. I want people to go to that and see the submenu and then click only on the child pages of the submenu.
Here is an example of a non-Wordpress blog that does it for most categories: http://www.antiquityoaks.com/index.html. You see that her About, Animals, Garden, and Education tabs aren't clickable themselves - just the items in the submenus of each tab are clickable.
Possible in WordPress? In Twenty Ten? I'm figuring you'd have to game it in some way, but I can't figure out how from Support and forum postings.
Thanks for any insight.
The blog I need help with is jeannefaulconer.wordpress.com.