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  • Plugin Author James Mehorter

    (@jamesmehorter)

    Hello, have a look at our docs and let me know if they don’t fully assist you.

    Device Theme Switcher Documentation: https://github.com/jamesmehorter/device-theme-switcher/wiki/3-FAQ#how-do-menus-and-widgets-work

    Hi

    Thanks for a quick reply

    I did look at the docs before I requested help

    I am just not getting what needs to be put where!

    Plugin Author James Mehorter

    (@jamesmehorter)

    Your register_nav_menu() calls should be in each theme’s functions.php (as stated in the docs). And your wp_nav_menu() calls to display the menu should be wherever you wish to display the menus, e.g. header.php, footer.php, etc..

    Does that answer your question?

    Hi

    I have out this in functions.php of both active and handheld theme

    register_nav_menu(‘my-menu-location’, ‘eh-new-menu’);

    active theme works, handheld theme displays a menu with everypage

    last line should say, displays a full menu, not the selected one

    there is only one menu – so nothing has been added to the header.php (as per your FAQ)

    if need what should exactly should I add seeing I have added

    register_nav_menu(‘my-menu-location’, ‘eh-new-menu’); in functions.php

    Plugin Author James Mehorter

    (@jamesmehorter)

    If the mobile menu is displaying all pages that means your wp_nav_menu() call in the mobile theme is unable to find your menu (it’s defaulting to show all pages).

    Make sure the wp_nav_menu() call in your mobile theme is identical to the cal in your active theme—you want to have the same code in both themes.

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