How to add Home button to ocean mist pages nav bar?

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  • #479022

    I’d like to add a home button to the top left pages nav bar before “doggie daycare”.
    Can’t seem to get things to work correctly.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    The blog I need help with is torrancedogtraining.com.

    #479151

    timethief
    Member

    Create a static page. Do not add any contents to it. Do not type a title into the title field. Instead copy and paste this following link into the title field of the static page and then click “publish”.

    <a href="http://puppykindergarten.wordpress.com/">Home </a>

    #479153

    Thank you for the suggestion. That option created a double row header due to too many header buttons. “the extra space” pushed it over the edge.

    After tinkering, I found another method.

    I created a page with the word “Home” and edited the permalink to say index-php.

    This worked! No html code in the page title needed.
    Any downsides to this method?

    I’ll check how it looks in other browsers before marking this revoled.

    #479157

    Looked ok in all browsers except that I’m noticing the tab row is a little off center.
    I guess I’ll have to look into custom css to center the tab row?

    Thank you for the help. Now I don’t need to switch templates just to get a home button.

    #479159

    timethief
    Member

    Yes, that worked. I’m using Firefox 3.6.4 and it’s a teeny tiny little space … SHRUG I wouldn’t bother spending $15.00 per year ever year to eliminate a teeny tiny little space on a free and free hosted blog, but if you want to that’s your decision to make.

    #479420

    bendbutler
    Member

    Thanks timethief, that was very helpful. Worked like a charm!

    #479421

    timethief
    Member

    You’re welcome. :)

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