I realize this is an extremely basic question. I've created several basic Wordpress sites and do not recall ever having this issue, but I can't find an answer anywhere so far to something that seems like it should be so easy.

My navigation menu shows blog categories, and I can't figure out how to get rid of them. Here's the site: http://letthisbeenough.com. The categories are busyness and striving. Why are they showing up on the menu, and how can I only show pages there, no categories?

Also, why is Home showing up twice?

I've created a new menu (Appearance, Menus), set it to display as my "primary menu," and saved it.

Thank you!

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Go to Appearance -> Menus and manage your menu there. You should be able to choose what will appear in the menu.

  • Thanks, that wasn't working, thus the problem. But I figured out it was a new feature of my theme, and I have to do it within the theme settings.
    – Betsy
    Commented Sep 8, 2017 at 16:07

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