If I understand it correctly I can create a new page and put subpages under that and those become Menu2. I then assumed I could put <% inlcude Menu2 %> in the footer and I would get the sub menu on every page. But that's not working. I'm only getting it on the parent page.
I didn't use any if blocks so I'm not sure why it's not showing up on every page. I get the html from my include just not the actual list items.
I'm sure I'm missing something obvious but I'm having trouble seeing it.
I guess it would be helpful to mention that I started with the Blackcandy theme which may be why it's not working correctly. Maybe it's setup a little different and it's not as simple to just use <% include Menu2 %>.
Actually that's exactly what I'm trying to do. Basically I'm looking for an easy way to have a secondary menu in the footer on each and every page including home regardless of the pagetype. Is there not an easy CMS way to do this? AM I going to need to hard code them into the footer?
no it's not. Say I have 10 top level pages in the site tree. None with subpages. I want 5 of those to be the main navigation menu. Then the other 5 to be a secondary menu for less important pages. This secondary menu will reside in the footer while the main nav menu will be in a main content column which is common. Both menus need to be on every page.
Look here: http://urltea.com/248e
You'll see the main nav menu on the left and a column in the footer where the links to other internal pages should go.