How Do I Make a Submenu Appear in One of the Pages Across Top NavBar?

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    I have several pages linked from the navbar across the top of my blog. I would like one of them to have a submenu so that when you hover over it, you are presented with 3 more page options. I can’t seem to figure our how to do that, can someone help please? I am using Rounded theme.

    The blog I need help with is



    You can create sub-pages and assign them to Parent pages in the Page attributes module. Or you can create a custom menu.


    Neither of those roads are working. I’ve created 3 pages with “reviews” as their parent page, but they do not show up on the blog. When I tried the cutom menu way, all of the other pages disappeared except for the “reviews” one, which did have the subpages.



    I changed my test blog to Rounded and tested this. I have a custom menu with dropdowns to sub pages and drop downs to sub categories that’s operating properly. I believe the problem you have may be one of inconsistency between the hierarchy you have established in the menu and in the page attribution modules on the sub-pages. Check the sub-pages themselves to see if you have established a Parent page and child page “hierarchical structure” in the page attributes module on each one of them. Remove if required. Also remove any “order” numbers you have assigned that may conflict with the order you are creating by dropping and dragging. Or simply change them so they are the same order as you establish in the menu. Establish consistency and I think your problem will be solved.



    Also note this please > Custom menu isn’t appearing!
    Go to the custom menu page in the dashboard Appearance > Menus and in the “Theme Location” module on the upper left select your custom menu from the pulldown and then click “save”.

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