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Split a Custom Menu into parent and child menus

  • Hello,

    I am looking for help, tutorial or documentation on how to split a single custom menu (resources > menus) into a two-tier menu system. From what I have found and tried requires to use wp_list_pages. This defeats the purpose when using the wp_nav_menu option?

    I would like to be able to use a custom menu as a top level horizontal menu and then have a vertical child menu that displays only pages of the selected parent. I am also needing teh child menus to drill down (expand/collapse) the deeper you go.

    Horizontal Parent Menu:

    About | Services | Docs | Partners

    Vertical Child Menu:

    Services

    • Child Page 1
    • Child Page 2
      • Sub Child 1 (current page)
      • Sub Child 2
    • Child Page 3

    Any help or direction would be much appreciated.

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