As of WordPress 3, users can now control more easily what appears in menus. Instead of having to show "all pages" in the menu, you can choose to show a selection of pages and/or categories, and/or other options (as we saw in Chapter 4).
Because we used the
wp_nav_menu() function in the header of the site (in the file
header.php), if the user creates a menu in Appearance | Menus, the first menu they create will show up in that spot.
For example, here is the Muffin Top theme with the menu I created in Chapter 4:
It looks a little like a disaster, but that just means I need to clean up my CSS to allow for subpages. Another ...