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Themes with multiple menus

  1. I'd like to switch to a theme that allows my categorized posts to appear on a menu item that is visible. I am on Pilcrow that only allows either traditional or pages menu options.

    Thanks for your help.

    The blog I need help with is

  2. The Enterprise theme has two menu bars. Enterprise is the only one I know of that has two menu bar locations that you can actually put pages on. The default behavior of the lower category menu is to show the 10 most popular categories on your blog and no more. Though you can customize what's shown there with Custom Menus. You can create a new custom menu and assign it to the secondary menu location and then add and arrange as needed.

    According to the following article, Motion and Titan also have two menus: And all themes here will work with the custom menu widget. Motion has a normal menu bar and another one shows categories. Titan, it just adds the categories to the end of the pages menu.

  3. The Custom Menu Widget allows you to display pages, categories, and custom links with a single widget on any theme. To use it, you first need to create a custom menu.

  4. Thanks, timethief. Love your blogger name! I will check out these suggestions. I've added the category I want, but it does not show on my menu. Will let you know as I progress on this!

    Thanks again.

  5. If you added a Category page that does not display please try this.
    Custom menu isn’t appearing! Go to the custom menu page in the dashboard Appearance > Menus and in the “Theme Location” module on the upper left select your custom menu from the pulldown and then click “save”.

  6. "I am on Pilcrow that only allows either traditional or pages menu options."

    That's not true. See here for more:

  7. Thanks for all suggestions here. I've got it looking the way I want.

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