I’ve had this problem with every theme I’ve created using Jump Start, and I’m hoping you can help me resolve it once and for all. Basically, activating the Jump Start theme causes “Home” to appear twice in the navigation bar. Regardless of whether “Front page displays” is set to “Your latest posts” or “A static page”. Regardless of whether “Homepage Content” is set to “Posts” or “Custom Layout” in Appearance > Theme Options.
I’ve created a page called “Home”, I’ve set that page to use a custom layout, and I’ve added a “Content” element that displays the content from the current page. Without resorting to CSS to hide the extra navbar item, how can I fix this? More importantly, what should be my workflow for creating themes in the future? I want my client to be able to edit the home page by clicking “Home” in Pages, not by having to dig around in the Builder.
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