Talk about a stress machine.
Decided that I couldn't cope with the stress of setting up a website so set up another blog at least for now.
The template is Oxygen and it has three menus. Now call me stupid - I really don't care - I need to find out how to use this template.
I don't know who sets these things up but...
There are three menus - so presumably for prevention of confusion and ease of use, they ought to be named one, two and three. (Or would that make it far too easy?)
I don't quite understand why they are giving you the option to name them what you like instead of just auto-naming them one, two and three.
Then you see that there is a primary menu, a secondary menu and a tertiary menu - presumably that is referring to location? Or is it, because there is another tab for location?
For some reason I cannot fathom it is not possible to name the primary menu 'one', the secondary menu 'two' and the tertiary menu 'three'.
So I give up and move on to the widgets hoping for a breakthrough in understanding what is going on with the menus and put an image in the sidebar but it doesn't show up. I take out the search box and put it in the reserve park, but it's still there.
I go back to the menus hoping that by moving the location I can move the searchbar, move the post to the other side of the page, and perhaps even get the image to show up, but it seems there is no chance of any of it.
So after several tries in different sequences returning the same result I give up in despair and proceed in trepidation to post on forum spelling out the problem as best I can so that someone can have a go at me for being stupid. (Oh well whatever floats your boat.)
I would appreciate if someone would kindly please explain to me what WordPress.com haven't bothered to...
The blog I need help with is truthinreality.com.