Best Answer Rob , 11 March 2013 - 10:54 PM
This should be fairly simple.
Go to Dashboard > PageLines > Drag & Drop and move the Universal or Full-Width sidebar (whichever is available) below the NavBar; taking it from Available and moving it to Active. Make sure that the vertical order of them has NavBar over the sidebar.
Install and activate Widget Logic plugin and read the conditional tags link found in the main page here: http://wordpress.org...s/widget-logic/ You'll want the Page Conditionals.
Go to Dashboard > Appearance > Widgets. Add a text widget to the sidebar you added and in the Widget Logic field, apply the conditional for the page you want this to appear on. In the widget text area, add the shortcode for the menu you desire, and if custom styled, don't forget to wrap it in a div with a unique class. Save the widget.
For every page you want a menu on, repeat the process of adding a text widget, using the Widget Logic field, a conditional tag and your menu inside the widget. You don't need bootstrap plugins, or anything other than I've stated here.
You can have unlimited widgets in a sidebar with Widget Logic, and have them appear in specific places only with that wonderful plugin.
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