OK, I'm sure I'm simply being incredibly thik, but I've been fiddling around for two hours trying to get this absolutely simplest and most basic of CMS menu function to work, namely: get a separate subnav to display all pages under a root element.
If any page in the "B" tree is open (including the root "BBB" and the third-level "bb1"), the Custom Menu Wizard should simply display all of B's subnav elements, i.e.
It should not display anything to with "A" or "C", it should not hide "b1" if "bb1" is selected, it should simply display all below "BBB".
What I have now is
[custom_menu_wizard menu=9 children_of="root" fallback_parent=1 start_level=2 depth=2 depth_rel_current=1 include="parent" contains_current=1] and then I have to hide the root element in CSS or something similarly silly.
Can anybody point me as to where I go utterly astray here? Thanks!