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Right now I have one big menu where each product is listed as a drop down below its category. This has become a problem.
I want to create individual menus where each menu is the category and all the items are the products in that category. That's the easy part.
How do I add each menu to the sidebar so that the correct menu displays in the appropriate category. In order words, menu A, for example, needs to display in the sidebar of category A. Menu B must display in the sidebar of Category B only. And so forth. I have at least 20 different product categories.
I suppose this is by conditionals, but I don't know how to do that.
The site is RAVX.comhttp://ravx.com
Hi Brad, thanks for that suggestion. I was just playing around with the popular "Custom Sidebars" plugin. Seems like it could work.
I'll try the Genesis Simple Menus plugin and see. I don't think Clip Cart has a secondary menu location. But if not I'm pretty sure it could be done via the sidebars.
I just realized I asked a similar question 8 months ago but never solved it. I stuck with the giant single menu. I intend to solve this issue now once and for all. 🙂
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