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BrianHayesMusic
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Post by BrianHayesMusic » 22 May 2011, 12:54

Upon installation of this template, I find that there is no menu for accessing my pages. I have three pages but no way access them. Only the home page is viewable sincve there is no menu bar. How can this even be?

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Re: No menu

Post by BrianHayesMusic » 22 May 2011, 13:05

Sorry, the name of the theme is "Suffusion 3.7.8 by Sayontan Sinha"

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Re: No menu

Post by ldaniels » 22 May 2011, 13:08

Suffusion is incredibly flexible and customizable and does not include pages by default. You are in control of all elements and get to choose what you want where you want it. Please review all the options and study the theme capabilities as well as search this forum first (Rule #2 above).

Start with Appearance, Suffusion Options and go from there. Your menu choices are under Other Graphical Elements=> Main Navigation Bar Look and Feel

It is a great theme because you can easily make it your own and not be chained to someone else's design. However, you need to explore and do your homework to help it along! ;)

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Re: No menu

Post by BrianHayesMusic » 22 May 2011, 13:40

Here's a link:

http://guruofguitar.com/

As I mentioned, there's three pages here. There's just menu to show that they're there.

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Re: No menu

Post by BrianHayesMusic » 22 May 2011, 14:15

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Re: No menu

Post by BrianHayesMusic » 22 May 2011, 14:55

idaniels,

I didn't see your reply and thought I was here alone. Thank you for your help. I don't know how someone is supposed to know that the "Main Navigation Bar" is found under "Other Graphical Elements." Without this forum, it is a total loss. I appreciate what you're saying about the flexibility. That's why i chose it. I'm hoping I have better luck on the next thing I try to accomplish. Thanks again!

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Re: No menu

Post by Colin » 22 May 2011, 23:54

BrianHayesMusic wrote:idaniels,

I didn't see your reply and thought I was here alone. Thank you for your help. I don't know how someone is supposed to know that the "Main Navigation Bar" is found under "Other Graphical Elements." Without this forum, it is a total loss. I appreciate what you're saying about the flexibility. That's why i chose it. I'm hoping I have better luck on the next thing I try to accomplish. Thanks again!
Brian

This is a very full featured theme with lots of styling accomplished by using the configuration options. The way I learnt was to fully explore each of the options and make changes and see what they did to my site. It is IMHO the easiest way and maybe should be something that you do rather than asking questions here?

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Re: No menu

Post by sayontan » 23 May 2011, 08:27

I don't know how someone is supposed to know that the "Main Navigation Bar" is found under "Other Graphical Elements."
Even if you are not familiar with the theme you can use standard WP methods for a few things. E.g. in your WP dashboard you will see Appearance -> Menus. You can configure any menu that you want there, then on that same settings page indicate in which location you want your menu.

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