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  • Hi you reading,

    I’m presently doing a website for someone, and his website has 2 sections. I want to change the main_navigation menu in relation to the section the user is currently on.

    I did this by creating a child-theme and editing the header-main-menu.php file. Here’s how I do it:


    if(!$data[‘ubermenu’]) {
    $sectionname = get_permalink();
    $menu_id = (strpos($sectionname, ‘technical-furniture’) !== false ? 3 : 8);
    $mods = get_option(“theme_mods_avada-child”);
    $mods[‘nav_menu_locations’][‘main_navigation’] = $menu_id;
    update_option(“theme_mods_avada-child”, $mods);

    echo $main_menu;
    } else {
    uberMenu_direct( ‘main_navigation’ );

    I don’t know why, but I have to refresh twice for the menu to change.FYI, I did disable the cache in the wp-config.php file by writing :

    define(‘DISABLE_CACHE’, true);

    at the end of the file.

    Do you guys have any idea what causes this or how to troubleshoot myself?

    Thanks thank you for taking the time to read my question.


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