Our current website is http://www.southpointccc.com and we’re looking for a good way to reduce the clutter, but have the site engineered in WP for the integration of easy maintenance (I know I’m preaching to the choir, here).
Well, we found a navigation workflow that we love that helps reduce some of the clutter via ditching the drop downs, etc. http://www.centralonline.tv (engineered by PlainJoeStudios) uses a custom WordPress that they’re very leery of surrendering to a smaller church, and I think I understand why.
In the meantime, we are engineering a beta.southpointccc.com with some experimental themes – I would like something that has parent menus; but the child menus for our site would only show up after you’ve entered the parent category. Again, I don’t even know if I’m referencing these correctly, but centralonline.tv’s workflow is where we’re aiming. Style and everything else aside, this is what we’re aiming for.
The child menus exist in centralonline.tv, but only after you’ve entered the parent.
“About” includes “Welcome”, “Senior Pastor”, “Next Steps”, and “Beliefs”, but you will see none of the Child Menus until you click About. Again, I might be referencing what I think are “Child Menus”(maybe I should just call them child links?) in the first place.
For us we would have 6 Children pages, but we don’t want to inundate the user with that many links on the menu itself. Maybe I’m asking for a sub menu?
I don’t know!
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