Reddle header tabs?

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  • #1115648

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Hello. I have the Reddle theme on my blog at http://geveslafosse.com. I’d like tabs to different pages underneath the header image, as in the live theme demo… how do I find out how to do this?! Perhaps I need to upgrade? I appreciate any answers.

    Geves

    The blog I need help with is geveslafosse.com.

    #1115748

    timethief
    Member

    That cannot be done without purchasing an annually renewable custom design upgrade and doing the required CSS editing.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/#frequently-asked-questions

    #1115758

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Thank you, that’s great. I’m hoping I’ll be able to manage CSS editing..

    #1115760

    timethief
    Member

    Shall I tag this thread and have it moved to the CSS Forum for you?

    #1115765

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Yes please!

    #1115766

    timethief
    Member

    Done. :)

    #1115767

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Thank you :)

    #1115969

    zandyring
    Staff

    Hi Geves,

    I took a peek at your blog. As a mother myself, I am so sorry for your loss. Your blog is amazing.

    So, what you want to do can be done without the custom design upgrade! It’s called “Custom Menus,” and all you need to do is follow the steps here:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/

    First, you’ll want to set up some pages. I see you have three set up, so that’s good! If you want just those three, you’re all set with this step!

    Next, you’ll want to navigate to Dashboard > Appearance > Menus:
    https://geveslafosse.wordpress.com/wp-admin/nav-menus.php

    I see you’ve already started here – but what you’ve done here is start THREE custom menus. You only need one. So you can delete them all and start fresh (I recommend this).

    You will want to name the menu something like “Top Menu” or something else descriptive. Users won’t see the menu name!

    Then, you can scroll down the page and select the three pages from the pages modal on the right and click “Add to menu”

    Save the menu

    Then – very important – select your “Top Menu” (or whatever you ended up naming it) to the Theme Locations drop-down, and click “Save”

    You should be all set!

    Just let me know if you run into any issues with this!

    #1115979

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Thanks so much for your help, zandyring! I’ll go ahead and get the upgrade and follow your steps. I really appreciate it.

    #1115980

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Oh, you don’t need an upgrade… I didn’t read it properly. That link is asking for a Matticspace login? Am I being stupid?!

    #1115981

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Oh, you don’t need an upgrade… I didn’t read it properly. That link is asking for a Matticspace login? Am I being stupid?!

    #1115983

    geveslafosse
    Member

    Done it, thanks! And thank you for what you said about my blog.

    #1116002

    zandyring
    Staff

    I’m so glad that worked for you!

    I’m sorry for sending you the wrong link – I’ve updated it in my post above so other users will see the correct link.

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