6 comments on “Creating Two-Tiered Conditional Navigation in WordPress

  1. This is not working on wordpress 3 and wordpress custom menu. What its doing right now is putting every single page and link on the entire website in the nav bar.

    Any way to turn it so that it works with the new custom menu in wordpress so that if I create a custom menu to show on the nav bar, that is the only thing that appears and the child links show under their parent in a two tier navigation menu?

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