Main Menu Drupal 7

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sor85
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How do I delete links from the main menu.

There is an edit option but no Delete option. When I go into edit there is no delete option at the bottom.

I have disabled the links that I do not require. But every time I publish a node the link appears in the main menu.

The main Menu is a taxonomy menu

tim3
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Menu

I'm assuming that you are using Drupal 7.

You should be able to delete links on the main menu through the admin panel. Selected the "menu" panel in admin, then "List Links" at which point you should bee a list of the menu items with a "delete" option available.

Whenever you create content, there is a check box at the bottom of the page under "menu" that says "Provide a menu link." Yours must be ON by default. Make sure that it is not selected when creating items that you don not want in the menu.

sor85
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Hi Thank you for your reply.

Hi

Thank you for your reply. I am using Drupal 7.

However, there is no delete option in the admin> structure> menu> main menu> LIST LINKS section.

The default isn't on in the create content page. Im really at a loss.

tim3
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Permissions

Have you checked permissions. Are there any permissions turned "off" which are necessary for you to manage menu links? Is the menu module properly set-up/turned on?

Can you ADD and EDIT menu items through "admin> structure> menu> main menu> LIST LINKS section"?

Drave Robber
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To recap it:
  • You're using Taxonomy Menu, but want to display only some of the terms in a given vocabulary;
  • however, disabled menu items get auto-magically re-enabled once another node with the term in question is added.
    Is this correct so far?

If the vocabulary is fixed (no new terms are added anymore), turning 'Synchronize changes to this vocabulary' off might be an option. However, Taxonomy Menu has always been a little dodgy, so I'd rather look for workarounds, e.g.:
- using two vocabularies instead of one;
- rearranging the vocabulary in a hierarchic structure so that all the terms to be published are in one 'branch' and then using Menu Block to display just that part.

sor85
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I worked it out. I had to go

I worked it out.

I had to go to Structure>Taxonomy Menu (which I created) and select DISABLE in the drop down list.

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