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Usually, I can figure this stuff out on my own. But I must not have had enough coffee today.
The sidebar is listing Home and then a list of other pages. The Home link brings you to the Welcome page (as that’s the page selected in the Theme options as being the “home page.”) This is pretty confusing as the Home link and Welcome link go to the same place, so to a user it appears that the pages are the same or one of them are broken, etc.
Where can I remove the Home link so it’s just a list of pages?
you can create a custom menu (Appearance > Menu). The menu builder allows you to add custom links (i.e. custom home link or external links), pages and categories, etc.
In your case I’d create a “custom link” on the left side. Call it “Home” and enter the main url of your website as link target. If the user clicks on “Home” he’ll get to your frontpage/homepage.
When you create a custom menu, it changes the design of the menu and it looks less optimal then the menu in place. What CSS is controlling the custom menu versus the default menu?
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