I am working on a website for someone who does not like drop-down menus. On the top navigation, there is a row of menu items that will appear across the top of every page. There is also a second menu that goes down the sidebar of each page, but the sidebar menu needs to display different items depending on what page you are on:
As you can see when you click on Home, About, or Studio from the top menu, I have used widget logic to set it up so that different menus display on each of these pages using the conditional tag is_page(‘page-name-goes-here’). However, I also want the menus to display when you click on any of the subpages along the sidebar of each of those sections.
I have tried using the conditional tags is_page( array(139, 133, 137) ) and is_page( ‘139’, ‘133’, ‘137’ ) where the numbers are the different page numbers for each section but that didn’t work.
Does anyone have any suggestions for conditional tags to display a series of different pages, or a better way to do this?
Any advice would be appreciated.
Could you use the List Pages Shortcodes plugin in conjunction with a text widget?
Thanks for the help.
Lockettpots — it looks as though those shortcodes are only to list pages in the content of a page and not the sidebar. I guess I could try making a new template for each page and call up the code in the sidebar, but some of the menus contain categories so I don’t think this will work since I need to be able to call the custom menu widgets.
Chip — I am looking at what you sent and I am completely self-taught in PHP and CSS (just from reading tutorials)and I am not sure how to tweak the code to get the different menus on the different pages and their children… can you provide further guidance if you have a free moment?
Thanks again for your replies!
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