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[Resolved] Right way to build a submenu?

  • Hi,

    I’m playing with the new menu and don’t understand what is the right way to use it.
    Let’s say I want to build a CMS site without blog, I would like to display a menu with Home | Products | Services | About
    Products will show a submenu with Product 1 and Product 2
    Services will show a submenu with Service 1 and Service 2

    Should I create a menu with pages only?
    ex. add page products to the menu, then add page product1 and product2
    I tried to build a submenu according to this post

    Adding submenu to some of the menu item is quite simple. 1st, add menu item which will be submenu item. 2nd, drag this item to the menu item under which you wish to have submenu and drop on it. Thatโ€™s all. Simple, right?

    but it doesn’t work, dragging it just change the order

    Any help/link appreciated!

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  • I also face that problem with beta2. I drag a menu over an other one and it does nothing where it is supposed to “submenuize” it

    Ah! Got it!

    Just move the submenu below its parent item and move to the right ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Thanks DreadLox! Well done, Problem solved ๐Ÿ™‚

    This doesn’t work for me. It has been buggy since the beginning, I have upgraded WP a couple of times and even worse.

    When I drag it to the right it looks ok and stays there, but when I save the menu it pops back over to the left and becomes a parent on the front page menu. Does anyone have a solution?

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