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Sorry if this sounds like a newbie question but this is driving me crazy and I can't seem to figure it out. I want to add a link called "About Me" to my Menu that redirects to another website. It seems like a basic concept. I go to Appearance and then Menu Structure and add in a custom link with a title "About Me". It looks like this:

http://imgur.com/Q5Wyr7B

I save the menu and hypothetically it should show up on the Menu as planned.

Here is what happens after I refresh on my blog

http://imgur.com/kvRGG84

Still does not update correctly - I can't figure this out, any help would be greatly appreciated. Is there anything obvious I'm doing wrong?

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Do you have a caching plugin enabled? –  mrwweb Aug 27 at 23:28

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Did you actually create a specific menu and link it to one position you defined in functions.php? Once you do not link it to a position, WordPress grabs all pages and puts it in a menu.

You should go like this:

1.) You put something this in the functions.php of your theme in order to register menues (if you only need one, leave out the line with the 'footer' menu):

function register_my_menus() { register_nav_menus( array( 'nav' => 'Main', 'footer' => 'Footer' ) ); } add_action( 'init', 'register_my_menus' );

2.) You then determine where this should appear in your template, e.g. header.php, just like this: <?php wp_nav_menu( array('menu' => 'nav' )); ?>

3.) Last but not least you create your menu and give it the position needed (i.e. 'Main') in my example.

The menu should then update normally. If you use a ready-made theme you might just have to check for the right position to pick in the menu editing window?

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Any update on this matter? –  physalis Aug 29 at 8:59

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