June 18, 2015 at 01:50 UTC #17922
I’ve been able to add a dropdown menu to my Primary Navigation Bar. But, I would like to be able to add a few more dropdown menus to that same navigation bar. Is that possible? If so, how?Thank you,KellyJune 18, 2015 at 04:54 UTC #22839scramblerModerator
I am not sure I follow.
A menu bar can have as many menu items or submenu items in any number of sub menu levels.
Or do you actually want to separate menu bars on top of each other.
If so, we need a link to your site to see how your header is composed and we need to know if you have plus to offer potential solutionsJune 18, 2015 at 05:21 UTC #22840WeaverKeymaster
You can have two different menus stacked at the bottom or top by checking the Move Secondary Men to Bottom or Move Primary Menu to Top in the Menu tab.June 18, 2015 at 05:27 UTC #22841
Hi,Sorry if I’m using the wrong terms, I’ll try again.
This blog has a menu bar on top that contains 9 sub-menu items, 5 of which are dropdown sub-menu items. (I hope I’m using the correct terminology.)
Using the Weaver Theme Plus I’m able to create a menu that displays in the menu bar (called “Primary Navigation”). This is what I have:
The menu is “Crew” and there are menu items subbed under it.
I’d like to add another menu, “Documents”, that would appear next to the “Crew” menu on the same menu bar. Just as “WordPress” appears next to “Home” in thehttp://techblog.kjodle.net/ example.
But, I’m lost. 🙁
Thanks for any help or suggestions,
Kathy KellyJune 18, 2015 at 06:52 UTC - Views: 2 #22842GillianModerator
To achieve this you just create your “Documents” page, and its sub-pages, (if you haven’t already done this) and then follow the same steps that scrambler gave you earlier (in your first thread on this Forum). That is, you then go to Appearance > Menus and select the pages you want for this second menu option and add them to your existing menu. Then, in the menu, you arrange the pages as desired, with Documents at the left margin and its sub-pages dragged a little to the right to create sub-menus. Then view the results on your menu bar.This is not theme related, but rather WordPress related – there are lots of resources on the web, including YouTube videos, which will help you – just Google for “wordpress custom menu” or related search terms.June 18, 2015 at 15:38 UTC #22843
Doh! I see now!Thank you all so much.Kelly
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