13 Jun 06
29 Oct 07 8:27 pm
Try copying one of the links that is already there, pasting it wherever in the order of links you want it to appear, and changing the link and the anchor text?
A link looks like this:
- Code: Select all
<a href="[b]WEBSITE OR PAGE ADDRESS[/b]"> [b]READABLE ANCHOR TEXT[/b] </a>
So find a link, copy it, change whatever is where the WEBSITE OR PAGE ADDRESS bit is to "/" (that's the root of your website, the very beginning) and then change the anchor text to say "Home" or whatever.
Actually since you're using a subdomain, going to the root might not work (since it might send you to the root of blog.mywebsite.com, which IS blog.mywebsite.com. Try entering "http://www.yourwebsite.com" in the WEBSITE OR YOUR PAGE ADDRESS section :)
Something that might be useful for you (we're loving it here) is a little plugin you can get for the Firefox browser called "Firebug". If you install that, restart your browser and look at your home page, you can open up Firebug, click "inspect" and then hover over different sections of your page. Firebug will highlight the relevant section in your source code, and then also tell you which CSS styles are being applied to it and where exactly they can be found.
This is really useful for examining pages that you didn't create yourself, because often you don't know how it's all put together. And it would be very useful for Wordpress themes! You can even change things in Firebug and it shows you what it looks like in your browser. The good thing, though, is that you could hover over your link buttons, and Firebug would highlight what section in your HTML is creating the buttons, so it's really easy to see.
Anyway, enough rambling. Hope that answers your question.