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Don't Understand your menu/ Navigation system


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Hi, I am having trouble understanding your menu/navigation system.

In the APPEARANCE-MENU section, you have 4 menu LOCATIONs to choose from:

Page Navigation in Footer Columns

Simple Nav Section

Primary Website Navigation

BrandNav Section Navigation

But in your LAYOUT- TEMPLATE you have:

in the header choices are NAV CLASSIC, SECONDARY NAV, and BRAND NAV

in the TEMPLATE area all you can choose is the SECONDARY NAV.

So the question s are:

- What is the SECONDARY NAV in relation to the 4 LOCATIONS presented by WP?

- What is the NAV CLASSIC in relation to the 4 LOCATIONS presented by WP?

- How can I have 2 different menus in the CONTENT area?

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- What is the SECONDARY NAV in relation to the 4 LOCATIONS presented by WP?

Secondary Nav is an optional navigation section that is separate from Nav Classic, Nav Bar, etc. so it has no relation to the locations presented by WP.

- What is the NAV CLASSIC in relation to the 4 LOCATIONS presented by WP?

Nav Classic is a main navigation section that you can use if you'd like to use the standard navigation bar. It has no relation to the locations presented by WP.

- How can I have 2 different menus in the CONTENT area?

You cannot use Navigation sections in the Content area. These sections need to be placed in the Header template area. If you add these sections to Header, you can use Nav Classic and Secondary Nav.

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Ok,

so how do I populate the SECONDARY NAV then?

AND So the only way to have menus in the content area is to have it in the pages html content then?

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so how do I populate the SECONDARY NAV then?

Create a Custom Menu in Appearance > Menus and apply it to the Secondary Nav by going to PageLines Meta Settings in the page editor for the page where the Secondary Nav is displayed and scroll to the bottom where the Secondary Nav settings are and select the custom menu from the dropdown list.

AND So the only way to have menus in the content area is to have it in the pages html content then?

Yes.

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Posted · Report post

Thx Catrina

PS Any plans to add more menu systems in the future?

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Hi there, we're not been made aware of anymore menu options being add to the next version at the present time.

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