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gradlebum May 30, 2009 05:32 PM

Creating Contact Us, Privacy Policy, Disclaimer pages
 
Hello All

I want to create separate pages for a Contact Us, Privacy Policy and Disclaimer page. I want these only linked to the home page and I want them to appear in the footer. I do not want them to appear in the category or menu bars, any suggestions?

Thanks so much.

Gradlebum

bookmom Aug 24, 2009 10:40 AM

I have the same question and would have loved to see this answered.

BradBrown Aug 24, 2009 11:10 AM

Just create static pages in Wordpress. Use the Atahualpa page and category menu options to exclude the pages from the page menu, and whatever category you put them in from the category menu. You can then manually add links to those pages in the footer, or anywhere else you want.

bookmom Aug 24, 2009 01:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BradBrown (Post 13349)
Just create static pages in Wordpress. Use the Atahualpa page and category menu options to exclude the pages from the page menu, and whatever category you put them in from the category menu. You can then manually add links to those pages in the footer, or anywhere else you want.

Thanks Brad! I created the Contact Me page, but I can't see where to exclude pages from the page menu.

BradBrown Aug 24, 2009 02:15 PM

Atahualpa Theme Options - Page Menu Bar - Exclude pages from Page Menu Bar?

bookmom Aug 24, 2009 02:27 PM

Sorry, I was looking for it in the wrong place (under Pages/Posts). Thinking about it, I'm going to leave the pages on the menu bar and right-hand side bar. I have it ordered correctly at the top, but not in the sidebar. I am not finding the right way to do this either but I know it has to be there.

bookmom Aug 24, 2009 04:05 PM

Ok, I figured this out. I had changed the "Pages" widget to read something else and forgotten I'd done it. I uploaded my-page-order plugin, put the pages in the order I wanted, and then went back to the widget in the sidebar I'd renamed. Once I clicked on it there was a menu that included the option to sort by page order. Sometimes I'll remember having seen something but can't remember where! Found where to edit the 404 option that way this afternoon, too.

Thanks again. I'll be donating once this makes some income.


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