I have a menu that looks like this:
– page 1.1
– page 1.2
– page 1.3
– page 2.1
– page 3.1
This all display through a dropdown menu that uses Superfish script, at the top of the page. When you hover over ‘Section one’, you see an accordian come down with page 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3.
What I would like to do (even ignoring any accessibility issues) is to be able to have something in the sidebar that duplicates this content without any script, and only has links to pages in the current section. For example, when the user is browsing a page in section one, they would see links to all the pages in section one (1.1, 1.2, 1.3). They wouldn’t see pages from other sections. The same would work when they are browsing pages in section two.
Obviously I could type the links by hand, but that’s really inflexible. Is there a way I could do this with a plugin or something else?
I apoligise that my site is in maintenance mode so I cannot provide a working url.
There is a plugin called Genesis Simple Menus you might find useful. Basically, you can use Primary Navigation as you normally would, then the plugin allows you to use different Secondary Navigation menus depending on what page, post, category, etc. the person is viewing. So, for example, you could create a menu for Section 1, then assign it to all the posts and pages in that section of the site.
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