How to assign unique menus to pages

  • pmountjoy


    Hi, I am new to WordPress and am using graphene to create a cms. I have around 12 static pages and categories to go with them. I can get my categorized posts to go to their relevant pages but what I want to do is to display post titles in the secondary menu. This would mean each page having their own separate menu and I don’t know how to do that. I have already set up custom menus for each page but don’t know how to assign them to the secondary menu on each page. I am using WordPress 3.




    Kenneth John Odle


    As far as I know, the theme isn’t set up to display a different menu for individual pages. The menus display uniformly across all pages/posts.

    It’s kind of bad web design to change the location or content of navigation from one page to another. Maybe you could accomplish something similar by using a widget? or a Graphene action hook widget area?



    Each webpage represents a different book. Each book has around 100 pages so I need a different menu for each book page. I can’t find any widgets that will do this for me.


    Kenneth John Odle


    Rather than a menu, I think you want to accomplish this in a widget off to the side. There are many plugins that will provide a menu of the sort you are looking for, and then you can use the Widget Logic plugin to control which pages your menus appear on.

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