I have a situation where a client would basically want two sites in one. So the domain would stay the same, but under one particular branch of the site, the menu options would be totally different, but the Menu bar would need to look the same. So, I've thought of two solutions, and would like to see if anyone has any input on the best solution and possibly some guidance on the CSS needed.
1. I could just hide the main menu on particular pages and show the secondary menu. I would have to modify the CSS for the secondary menu or sub menu to look the same as the main menu and of course hide the secondary menu on all the other pages.
2. install another WP site in a sub folder (this might be the easiest)
We are only in the development stages of the site, so the link doesn't really apply.
Thank you, Jared
You can use conditional menus or the Genesis Simple Menus plugin.
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