Support » Themes and Templates » Looking for a Non-Dropdown Parent Theme

  • Our current website is 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. (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 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’s workflow is where we’re aiming. Style and everything else aside, this is what we’re aiming for.

    What should I do to get this kind of navigation?

Viewing 2 replies - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • Moderator Andrew Nevins


    I can’t see child menus on that website, can you provide another example or elaborate?

    The child menus exist in, but only after you’ve entered the parent.

    For example:

    “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!

Viewing 2 replies - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • The topic ‘Looking for a Non-Dropdown Parent Theme’ is closed to new replies.