Adding a link to an external URL to your menu

The only way to add an external link within your navigation bar is the use the Appearances > Menu system to create and manage your menu. This system gives you complete control over what links are added to the menu, as well as what order they are placed. All of our themes support the Menu system. You can learn more about using this system here. «Back to Fact Base

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This Fact Base assumes that you have an understanding of the basics of your WordPress installation. If you do not have the required understanding, download this free eBook. Get the most from your installation of the TXT Ghana theme. This Fact Base was written to help with understanding this WordPress template. For a better understanding of WordPress, which is beyond the scope of this tutorial, here are some valuable links that will help you. Books Reference material WordPress 24hr Trainer Beginning WordPress 3 Web Resources Using Widgets Using Permalinks http://learn.wordpress.com/ 100...

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Adding a link to an external URL to your menu

The only way to add an external link within your navigation bar is the use the Appearances > Menu system to create and manage your menu. This system gives you complete control over what links are added to the menu, as well as what order they are placed. All of our themes support the Menu system. You can learn more about using this system here. «Back to Fact Base

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Removing the “home” link from the menu via ePanel

By default all themes come with a “home” link that points back to your website’s homepage. This is not a page or category, but rather a link that has been hard-coded into the theme files. To remove this link, you will need to disable it from within ePanel via the Navigation > Pages tab (look for the “Display Home Link” setting). «Back to Fact Base

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Removing links from your menu via ePanel

By default, your navigation bar will be filled with all of your pages and category links. If you would like to remove certain links, however, then you can do so quickly and easily vai ePanel. Log in to the WordPress Dashboard and click the Appearances > Theme Options link. Once the page loads, click on the “Navigation” tab. Within this tab you will see two additional tabs: Pages and Categories. Within each of these tabs is a list of all of your pages and categories, each of which can be either enabled or disabled. Click on any of the links listed to enable/disable them. All links...

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Adding dropdown menus

Dropdown menus are created automatically when you assign a page or categoriy to a “parent” page or category. All “child” pages are shown below parent pages in dropdown form. To assign a category to a parent category, log in to the WordPress Dashboard and click Posts > Categories. Choose a category and click “edit.” Locate the “Parent” dropdown menu and choose your parent category. The same method works for Pages. It’s important to not that if you are using the Appearances > Menu system to manage your menu, then this method of creating...

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