Once you have something to the menu under Appearances->Menus, you can drag an item to the right to make it a ‘child’ of the item above it. The Twenty Ten theme supports the new nav menus if you want to see it in action.
Yeah – I already had child menus, etc and spent a buttload of time customizing them. The new 3.0 just blew them all away. Now, I have to go place the child menus manually when I already had it. Why can’t it just do that automatically? Some of my menus are named similarly because they are similar information but for different categories i.e., I have 3 parent categories – Canada, US, International. Each of them has a child category – Parent information and each of those has three – baby, toddler and teen – my dilemma is – I don’t know which of the teen resources goes under what parent resource and which parent resources category goes to what country. Now what?
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