I describe how I set up a secondary navigation to automatically list the sub-menu items from the primary menu.
Normally if you use percentage-based widths and add new menu items, you need to go edit CSS. This approach automatically updates the CSS based on the number of menu items present.
Use this filter to customize the CSS classes on menu items. For instance, make “Blog” active if you’re on the blog homepage, category archive, or a single post.
I’ll show you a simple filter for customizing the arguments of any menu, including the ones built into Genesis.
Custom Menus are great for sitewide menus, but what if you only want to list a section’s subpages? I’ll walk you through pulling the relevant subpages from your custom menu.
I’ll show you how to limit visibility of certain menu items to logged in users, and how to modify the menu itself using filters.