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With the 20-11 theme when i add a page it shows in the header. I like this. I found and changed the order of them in quick edit. Now i would like to hide a few pages from the header. How do i do this?

-edit- i see i can do it in css by writing .page-item-NUMBER { display: none; } this is acceptable since i have root access (all my files are readonly) but how might i do this through the admin panels?

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Twenty Eleven uses wp_nav_menu() and supports one Primary Menu. If you haven't defined one, it falls back to wp_page_menu(), which displays all pages.

You can create your own custom menu in the admin area under Appearance > Menus. Select that menu to be the Primary Menu in the upper left Theme Locations box and you're set.

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