Can sub-categories have sub-categories?

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  • #785049

    funreaper
    Member

    Hi, I want to know if subcategories on a wp.com blog can have subcatogories (subsubcatogories)
    If this is not possible, Why is it not possible?

    #785186

    raincoaster
    Member

    It appears not to be possible. I have no idea why.

    #785191

    It is possible. You just select the subcategory name as the parent at posts > categories. In fact, you can even have sub-sub-sub-categories if you wish.

    #785192

    I’ve got three set as sub-sub categories on one of my test sites.

    #785196

    See here and look at the categories widget.

    http://flippintestblog.wordpress.com/

    #785206

    raincoaster
    Member

    Interesting. Someone just blew up their custom menu trying for two layers of sub menus. I wonder if it’s theme related.

    #785208

    Let me try it in a menu.

    #785211

    Nope, look at the “test category. 4 levels. NOW, this is going to take thought as placement of one of these 4-level category menu items will be crucial. You cannot put it at the far right end of the menu or there is a very good chance that part of the menu will end up being hidden off the side. This is one of the drawbacks of pure CSS/XHTML style menus. With Javascript based menus, you can write them so that they will adjust for things like that and send the menu shoot off the other side, or perhaps move the subs inbound so that the end doesn’t get cut off. CSS/XHTML menus are far better for CSS purposes, but they are “dumb” menus.

    #785212

    When viewing the test category menu, give it a little time as it can take a moment for all of them to show up the first time.

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