I have a wordpress multisite installation with 2 blogs on it, let’s call them Blog A and Blog B. What I want to do is set up a menu system where both the menus from blog A and B display on eachother, so on blog A you see blog A’s menu, but also blog B’s menu, and ditto for Blog B.
First of all, is this possible, and if so, where do I start? I don’t mind hardcoding into the theme, but you’ll have to walk me through it.
Any help would be much appreciated,
There is a plugin called Networkwide Menus that can use the menu on the root blog as the primary menu on all sub-blogs.
This looks cool, but it doesn’t seem to be exactly what I’m looking for. With this particular plugin, it seems to be built around having the other sites replicate the menu site’s menu, where what I’m trying to have one separate menu for each site, but both sites still display both menus.
Thank you for the plugin suggestion! If anyone else has any tips, I’d love some suggestions!
I think I may have also found a manual way to do it by coping and pasting code by hand to create the menus.
On second thought, another way to accomplish what I’m trying to is to grab another site’s menu.
Is there a way to grab the menu of another site on a multisite install? For example, display a sub-blog’s menu on the main site?
Not in any efficient way, no :/
You’d have to make direct SQL calls for that, and I wouldn’t recommend it. Hand coding may be the way to go.
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