As I found out, you need to use WordPress Menu Manager. Goto your wordpress admin panel under ‘appearances’ click ‘menus’. You have to create a menu, assign pages to it, and give it descriptions. The description will then show below the link. Subsequent pages you add will get added to the menu automatically. If you want to make a page the child of another just drag it slightly to the right. Hope that all makes sense, takes a little getting used to but it makes other plugins like My Page Order and Page Lists Plus unnecessary now.
I can recommend to read the documentation on this topic. It will tell you how to handle the menu and add descriptions. The basic use itself is pretty selfexplanatory I think, those wordpress guys did a great job creating the menu :)
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