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Menu Problem Upgrading to 3.6.1 from 3.5.3


 
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Old Feb 2, 2011, 10:39 AM
roamtech
 
8 posts · May 2010
London UK
Menu Problem Upgrading to 3.6.1 from 3.5.3

Hi,

Using 3.5.3 I have created the Main Menu using WP Ver 3.0.4 Menu Function and this displays properly, see http://www.yourultimateresource.com.

I have installed 3.6.1 as a seperate Theme (see
http://www.yourultimateresource.com/...t_on_Menus.jpg,
when activated it pulls in 30 of the 44 "Published" Pages (not sure if there is a 30 menu item limit in WP).

Looking at the WP Menu Set Up page, this still shows the original SetUp which is shown in 3.5.3.

Does anybody have a solution to this problem?

Regards
 

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