Remove drop-downs from menu bar

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    I’m not sure if that’s the right terminology, but on my site there is a bar at the top with “Home” “About” “Projects” and a couple other main pages. Some of these, like “Projects” for instance have a number of child pages. So when you put your mouse pointer on “Projects”, a list of all the child pages drops down. I want to stop that. I want visitors to click on the item to open the Projects page, which then has links to the various child pages along with a description of each project. I can’t seem to find a way to do that in any of the options or settings. Is it possible?

    I’m using the Twenty Eleven theme and have no custom menus.


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    OK, nevermind, I’m in the wrong place! :)

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