Version Information: * PagelinesPro 2.2.5 * Wordpress 3.4.1 I've figured out how to enable either manually set secondary navigation OR page based secondary navigation, but cannot figure out how to do it for hierarchical categories. For example, I have the following (2-level) Hierarchical Categories: Entertainment -- Art &Media -- Music & Performance -- ... Health -- Education -- Research -- ... Lifestyle -- Fashion -- Parenting -- ... ... I'm trying to set it up so that if you're in Entertainment or any of the sub categories that it will show all of Entertainment's sub categories as secondary navigation. Is this possible using PageLines? This is for an existing 8000+ post news blog that is being migrated from Drupal to Wordpress to make it easier for the owners (a non-profit) to manage. I went with PageLines because most of the features were drag-and-drop making it easier to teach someone than PHP. I'm trying to do as little custom programming as possible. The Heavy customization and complexity of drupal is behind the motivation to migration to wordpress.
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Posted 01 August 2012 - 07:48 AM
Hi, If I understand you correctly, you wish to use the Secondary Navigation section to display child categories when viewing the parent category ? - If so, that is not possible unfortunately, as it is only intended to be used with pages and child pages. However, if you're simply referring to your navigation menu, you can add child categories to its parent using the drag and drop custom menu screen in Wordpress.