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How can I create navigation items to filter my recipe blog?

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I created a folder for recipes, none of the drop downs take me to that page and when I click on the folder "recipes" it takes me to a blank page out of the site entirely.

I want to create a blog that has Recipes, tips and a journal of my personal experiences but for the recipes tab I want the main navigation to lead to a general landing page where all the recipes go and I want a drop down menu that will allow the user to filter the recipes by subject,i.e. cakes, truffles, meals, etc, but currently when I create the recipes folder and add all the sub categories as drop down, none of them work and the main navigation of the word "recipes" leads to a blank page off my site and I have to go backwards just to get back to my blog alltogether, I am currently tying to use Farro as my blog base but have yet to put any posts together until I can figure out how to navigate.

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