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How to stop a page from being under the header?

  1. I really don't know how to describe this, but when you publish a page, it automatically goes to the header-type-thingy where all the pages are viewed. I don't want this to happen, as I want to have a lot of pages and have links to them on the other page.

    Before you suggest plugins, I am using a chromebook, that doesn't allow the WordPress download. Is there any other way by using the website to stop this from happening?

    I think that if this isn't in the latest version, it would help a LOT of people that can't download.


    Alex Galpin

    The blog I need help with is

  2. This still doesn't answer my question. I need to stop pages from being published onto the nav bar, but still publish it onto the website.


  3. It does answer your question. The regular menu of the theme automatically displays all your published pages. A custom menu displays only what you tell it to display. Study my post more carefully.

  4. And how do you create a custom menu? I am really bad at WordPress :(

  5. You're joking, right? Section C of my post on custom menus is "HOW TO".

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