Each post I create keeps making a tab at the top of my homepage. For example I made a blog post called Locations. It seems that the title of whatever blog post I create makes its own page? However, I know its a post because it doesn’t show up in my pages section of the admin center. How do I get my posts to only go to a specific blog post page or to a homepage? I don’t want the blog posts as tabs at the top of my homepage. Hope that makes sense! Please help! Mahalo. I am using version 5.4 Theme Creatica. Ia this a theme problem?
That’s a strange one. If you go to: Appearance > Menus and select your top/primary menu to edit it, you should see a checkbox at the bottom, under Menu Settings, that enables you to automatically add new pages to your menu as they’re created.
If “Automatically add new top-level pages to this menu” is checked, new pages you create will be added to your menu automatically.
BUT, you said this is happening whenever you publish a new post, and that’s definitely not normal behavior. In fact, there’s not even an option to auto-add new posts to your navigation menu, only pages.
If you’re comfortable sharing the URL to your site, I’ll be happy to take a quick look at it to see what’s going on.
Hope this helps!
Hi. Under menu setting it has display location box checked. But the auto add pages wasn’t checked.
That’s good to know. Unfortunately, it still doesn’t give us a clue as to why your posts are showing up automatically in your menu. That’s not WordPress’ default behavior, so it leads me to suspect your theme, Creatica. I wonder if that theme is somehow modifying WordPress’ default functionality to add posts to your menu.
Have you reached out to their team for support yet? I’d be curious to hear what they say!