I'm working on this site www.annapogossova.com for a friend.
Currently the menu navigation is running through Pages i've created each gallery in.
When it comes time to expand the site - I want it to be fairly dynamic so that each gallery page/post is added to the drop down menu automatically and she doesn't have to edit the nav.php file in order to get them to show correctly.
Surely there is a work around for this? I may have gone about the setup the wrong way - should I have created the galleries as Posts and not Pages?
If Pages are alright - is there a way to work the menu better so that it lists the Pages under each category?
I feel it would work a lot better in the future if all the galleries were Posts in a category??
So the Wordpress Structure is currently:
Nav text is html > ul & li creates nav list pages manually > Page (each new gallery) with an iframe
This is what the nav.php currently looks like
-Edit, I can't post more than 1 link.. sorry
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Next, create sub pages for each sub level (i.e.
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You'll end up with a page structure that looks like the following:.
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Then in your nav.php you can output this all in a
Photography Fashion Gallery 1 Gallery 2 Etc.
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Still Life Gallery 1 Gallery 2 Etc.
Art & Illustration Gallery 1 Gallery 2 Etc.
<ul>structure with the following method:.
The documentation on the above method is here..
<?php wp_page_menu(); ?>