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Old 07-06-2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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Default WordPress website changes

The WordPress website I am developing is finally looking fairly reasonable.

Take a look.

Questions:

1) How do I make the pages of this CMS into a structure, that is, with a Home page, and, for instance, a Membership page with an Application page below it? (Currently, every page is on the same level, on the menu on the right.)

2)Worse yet, some long names are in tiny print in that menu. Yes, I am going to look for a CSS to change, but why are there different sizes?

3)What is a Category? Must I have one, or can I hide it? I can imagine why categories would be useful in a blog, but this is a website, not a blog.

4)Must every page online be displayed on the menu? The Mission_old is just that, an old version of the Mission page, but must I display it or else just delete it?
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