September 20, 2012 at 6:18 pm #16466
On my site http://blog.sportcher.co.uk/ I have the same top nav as the menu I would like these to be different how can I set this up?September 22, 2012 at 11:58 pm #91597
Had a hard time remembering myself, but when in doubt I look at the instructions which comes with the theme, and I got everything working in less than a minute ->
The theme has space for two different menus that can be created with the new WordPress3 Menu Manager. You can find the menu manager at appearance-> Menu
Before you add any menu items take a look at the top right of your browser window: you will find The “Howdy admin and Logout link” Directly below you can see the “screen options” tab. Click that tab and a panel with additional options will open. Check the checkbox in “Show advanced menu properties” that says “Description”
Now you are ready to set up the menus, Create 2 new menus and call the first menu “First” as its Menu Name. This Menu will populate the small top menu. Save it, and create another Menu, calling this one “Second” and it will control the bigger menu below.
When you add Menu Items to the “First” Menu you don’t need to fill in the description. It wont get displayed. However, the Second menu does display the description, directly bellow the Menu Item. So if you menu item is Contact Page, and you description is ‘we love to answer questions’ it would appear as a smaller size text beneath the Contact Page link on the menu itself.
Make sure you take a look at the Second menu description field. WordPress has a nasty habit of initially leaving some data in there, so either delete it, or enter a 2-7 word description that will appear under the title name of the menu item (see demo)
NickSeptember 26, 2012 at 8:32 am #91598
Thanks pal I got confused as it said the theme only have one menu got it sorted in 1 minute as you saySeptember 27, 2012 at 3:46 pm #91599
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