Navigation Menu is a theme feature introduced with Version 3.0. WordPress includes an easy to use mechanism for introducing customised navigation menus into a theme. In order to incorporate menu support into your theme, you need to add a few code segments to your theme files.

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Listing Child Pages in a Certain Order?

I'm trying to show child-pages in a certain order, in a list. This is my code to output the pages as a list $parent = $wp_query->post->ID; ...
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Automatically going to the first page in a hierarchy?

Let's say I have a website about different types of cars. The structure is a little like this: -Home -Cars (shows a submenu with a list of cars, ie Volvo 850, Porsche 911 ) -Volvo 850 overview (the ...
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How can I detect whether a BuddyPress page is active from within my theme?

I'm trying to work sub-menus into my theme but am running into issues when navigating to BuddyPress pages (as opposed to standard WP pages, posts, etc.). Basically, what I want to do is have pages ...
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How do I add support to my theme for custom menus?

I've read a few tutorials on how to add the functionality of the custom menus added in version 3.0 to my theme but they all seem to differ somewhat, and I'm not sure whether they contain superfluous ...