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The first box on this page will allow you to manage your existing Navigation Menus. Initially, you should only require two- a "User" menu for your OJS 3 dashboard and internal website, and a "Primary" menu for your journal homepage and public website. You can edit or remove these two menus by selecting the small blue arrow directly to the left of the menu's name. 

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Here we are taking a look at the edit screen for the default "Primary" menu of your journal's website. This is the navigation menu that your users will interact with the most, and thus should reflect the priorities of your journal. The "Title" and "Active Theme Navigation Areas" boxes are for users of OJS 3 exclusively and will not appear to viewers of your journal's website. "Active Theme Navigation Areas" will offers  offers the most important designation of the menu as either "Primary" or "User". The "Primary" area refers to your journal's public homepage and website, whereas "User" area refers to the internal dashboard and navigation menu for OJS 3. You can then drag the various items to reorder the current menu, or move items to the assigned or unassigned boxes. If you wish to add an item that is not available on this list, check the section below for instructions. 

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