Hi, is there a tutorial for adding submenu’s?
I want to have different submenu’s for several pages.
So in my left colum I have now the first submenu, but on another page I want to have another submenu related to that page/topic.
If I understand you correctly, you want different menus on various pages in your left sidebar column? IF so, you would create your menus with the WP Menu manager, then use the Menu widget that comes with WP, and use that for each menu you make (made). Then use a plugin like Dynamic Widgets (which I use), to only show each menu widget on select pages.
You of course, also have the option to use a third party plugin, but I would say try the standard method that WP has, create menus and use the menu widget, along with Dynamic Widgets (plugin) to show them on select pages.
I am going to try it, if I can’t manage to have it working I will get back to you.
Hi, sorry, I stil didn’t figure out how to get it working.
I hope the attachment helps a little to explain what I want.
The file was too large to upload.
Thanks for the PDF… so just to reiterate, you want separate menus for other pages when someone goes to them?
The only way is what I mentioned about making new menus, but using the menu widgets to load those menus (as you call submenus). You will only be able to publish the menu widget in the available widget positions for this theme…I believe you want them to show in the left column.
Depending on how many of these menus you want to have, it’s going to take some effort to carefully plan out what pages will have these menus. Using the Dynamic Widgets plugin is the only way to show these menus on select pages in your left column.
it works!!, yesterday I didn’t know that you can ad more than one customized menu, but when you do so, and than by using the dynamic widget to make sure on what pages you want to show wich sidemenu, you can mange the menu’s. Thank you.
Awesome to hear 🙂
These are some of the hidden things that most people don’t realize you can do with WP. Plus, that dynamic widgets plugin (although has a bit of a learning curve) can be a very flexible feature to have.