Hi, when I use the categories widget, I suspected that this might allow me to create another individual header in my menu with a whole new set of categories that I can set (which would be very good). For example, logically I would like a category “Films” which a list of subcategories, plus I’d like another category, with it’s own header, labelled “Other Stuff”.
What happens with the Categories widget is that it simply clones all the categories into it, which I find strange. Is this widget working correctly or am I missing something? I appreciate a few people may want their list of categoried in once section of the menu, and the same list in another (very few I would have thought), but wouldn’t it be more useful to be able to create a completely separate and new category with it’s own header and unique list of categories?
Please enlighten me, I’ve tried for hours to get this widget to do what I want… perhaps it’s not working correctly… it simple clones the existing categories into it.
Thanks, I look forward to enlightenment.
Much appreciated , James
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