How to Remove Home Page Tab in Wordpress Theme

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Hi warriors,

I'm trying to get rid of the Home page tab on a wordpress blog I made
you can go here to see what I mean please I really want to get rid of that HOME tab
it doesn't show in the pages section (I'm pretty new to wordpress) and really frustrated. help would be appreciated thank you.

Tish Washington
#programming #home #page #remove #tab #theme #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author Aj Wilson
    Try Go to Dashboard → Appearance → Menu. Create a menu, change the menu, then save.
  • Profile picture of the author andreasnrb
    Looking at the sourcecode it seems you will have to change the theme file manually.
    It appears hardcoded since the usually WordPress stuff is not in the link.
  • Profile picture of the author wbdzgnr
    You like to elimite all the menu? or just the home menu?
  • Profile picture of the author leahpot
    if you are using flex theme, you can go to My theme, and then setting
    in there you will menu builder, uncheck the Home Pages and then save it.
    Go to Appearance create a Menu the Add all pages to the Menu and then
    See Theme locations, Choose the Menu you created, to replace the default one.
    And then Save it. Try to test your site if its working already.
  • Profile picture of the author Adam Struve
    It looks to be "hard coded" in there since its not part of the unordered list code that the rest of the header navigation uses.

    If you went into your header.php and removed this line:

    HTML Code:
    <a href="" class="pjgm-home" title="Infinity Downline System" rel="home">Home</a>
    it would go away, but it might end up breaking the design slightly because there is a specific class associated with it:

    It's going to have some php mixed in with that line so look specifically for this to know what line to remove:

    HTML Code:
  • Profile picture of the author celente
    yes adam you are right.

    Cool tips.

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