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I am new to Genesis and Dynamik for Genesis. I wanted to create custom sidebars to display different custom menus on each of my post pages. I have already installed Genesis Simple Menus and Genesis Simple Sidebars, and created custom widgets and custom menus to add to the secondary sidebar. But on the post where I've selected the secondary sidebar and the custom menu the menu is displayed on the sidebar and layered at the top, bellow the default navigation menu. So I get tow top nav menus and the sidebar menu.
Does anyone know of a work around solution to get this done right? I would like to see a tutorial showing how to do it.
I'd appreciate any help you could give to me.
Hi - I'm following up on some of the older, unanswered posts. I am hoping you got your issue resolved. If not, can you please report back, and I will escalate this for you.
Yes, this has been resolve,
Thanks for checking back in. I will close this as "resolved". Thanks!
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