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If I add a page with the name 'Bottle Project' and give it the parent 'Other Projects', the page appears at http://richardclunan.com/other-projects/bottle-project -- so that looks right.

...but if I mouse over the menu item 'Other projects' at http://richardclunan.com , the item 'Bottle Project' doesn't appear. And if I click on 'Other projects', then it doesn't appear either.

How can I make it so users can navigate to 'Bottle Project' from the menus on my site -- specifically that 'Bottle Project' appears under the menu item 'Other projects'...?

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This is a user-support question, that would be better directed at the wordpress.org support forums. – Chip Bennett Jan 27 '12 at 19:53
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If you go to appearance->Menus, you should be able to fully customize your menu, assuming your theme is even decent.

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thanks m0. i'm using the latest default theme (twentyeleven?), with some modifications. In appearance>menus I can add the page so it appears in the main list, but I don't want it in the main list -- i want it under one of the main menu items... – Richard Jan 27 '12 at 19:51
i see now -- i positioned it wrong. got it. thanks – Richard Jan 27 '12 at 19:54
Don't forget to mark the question as solved. – mor7ifer Jan 27 '12 at 19:54

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