How to stop a page from being under the header?

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  • #1160508

    eatlivetaste
    Member

    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.

    Thanks,

    Alex Galpin
    spyzeldacooking.wordpress.com

    The blog I need help with is spyzeldacooking.wordpress.com.

    #1160563

    justpi
    Member
    #1160564

    eatlivetaste
    Member

    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.

    Alex

    #1160590

    justpi
    Member

    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.

    #1160593

    eatlivetaste
    Member

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

    #1160594

    justpi
    Member

    You’re joking, right? Section C of my post on custom menus is “HOW TO”.

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