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How To Make A Few Pages Invisible For The Menu

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texasx    1
texasx

Hi,

I have made two text pages, Policy and Copyright, but I don´t want them in the Navbar menu or in the Breadcrumb NavXT.

Even if I exclude them when I build the navbar menu, they will appear anyway.

 

I have made a separate meny for thoose two pages in the middle footer. That's the only place I want them to show.

 

Greatful for your help

 

http://interactb2b.se/

 

Added:

I can see that the simple nav in the footer is behaving as it should, or as I expect.

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Danny    1,327
Danny

Hi,

 

I recommend you create your own Wordpress Custom Menu. http://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Menus_Screen

 

Once created, you can set your menu for your Navbar by going to the NavBar settings panel. - http://support.pagelines.me/docs/sections/navbar/

 

As for removing pages from Breadcrumb NavXT, I recommend you review the documentation for the plugin and see if it supports this option - http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/breadcrumb-navxt/


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texasx    1
texasx

Thanks,

Then I understand that the CMS is working as it should, altough I have created a menu without thoose pages.

I´ll look into your links.

 

Many thanks

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texasx    1
texasx

Hi again,

Looked into your links and it will take some work to do this. Before I jump into this ...

 

Why do I get another meny than the one I have created / customized in Framework 2.3.7, under the "Menues"?

It seams that somethings aren't working correct or that I have missed something.

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Danny    1,327
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This is the default workings of Wordpress, if you do not create a Wordpress custom Menu or you have but haven't assigned it to your Theme Location, then Wordpress will use the Pages you have created to populate your menu. Thats why when you first install Wordpress your menu will always contain a menu item called Sample Page, this is because Wordpress creates a sample post and sample page by default. So assign your menu to your NavBar like in the link I posted above and this should resolve your issue.


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texasx    1
texasx

Thanks again,

I found out what I missed ... very much what you describe.

Under Site Option - Navbar there is a field to chose meny. I've missed that, now it's showing up the right way.

The reason this haven't been a problem before is that as long as you whish all of your main pages to appear in the navbar, it matches your created menu.

 

Thanks for your valuable input

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Danny    1,327
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No problem!


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