Where the heck are those navigation files?

One of the most frequently asked questions around the support forums has been about where or how to edit the navigation for each of the themes.

With a few well-placed sticky threads, I think most users have been catching on.

So, where are those files?

Actually, they’re buried deep down in the dungeon of the theme files. You know, those files that only more advanced PHP users should be meddling with. You don’t have to go digging around for those files though or touch advanced PHP.

I’ve completely written tutorials covering how to edit your navigation the proper way:

Those tutorials should cover most of the uses you’ll need. I tried to lay out everything in an easy-to-understand fashion.

Why the change?

Users of these themes from earlier versions, are probably thinking this is harder.

Actually, editing things this way will make your life much easier in the long run because Theme Hybrid themes work on a child theme concept. You can modify your theme so that you can still upgrade without breaking your modifications with the new methods.

I set out to make it a bit harder to modify your parent theme files purposely. I wanted to push users over to the new system. The best way to do this was to fundamentally change how one of the most edited things in themes work.

Take a look at the documentation on how to edit your navigation. Everything is fairly straightforward, and I’ll be more than happy to help you out if you hit a snag.

1 Comment

  1. I really love this theme, it’s clear and efficient. I think I will use it for my Pandaranol website. Thanks for a great work !

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