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I apologize if the question is confusing. Let me explain:

I'm running a modified version of Twentyten and I've been doing the parent/child thing with my pages, which show up on the horizontal menu that I like to call the crossbar. However, I want to add pages that are not linked to from there, only from a sidebar widget.

Unfortunately, I am not at all fluent when it comes to PHP...I've been trying to learn. Does anyone understand what I'm trying to do/have a solution?

EDIT: I ended up just making a seperate html document that uses the stylesheet and linked to it. Is there an outstanding reason NOT to do this?

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No php or extra page template necessary. See http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Menu_User_Guide and add/remove pages from the main menu and make a new sidebar menu. Or keep the page out of the main menu and add a simple href link to it in the sidebar.

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Wow. I am crazy. Thank you so much! I really need to learn a lot more. – frankenstein Jan 26 '12 at 18:28

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