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[Resolved] Menu for page different menu for post

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    Tom

    My old fixed page html site (http://ethericstudies.org) has a link to a wordpress essay section with its own menu (http://ethericstudies.org/essays/). I am trying to replicate that using your theme for the whole site.

    So I am trying to have a page menu and a different one for posts. The page menu has home, about, bio and essays … mostly fixt content. When a person clicks on essays, the header menu changes to home, content and a tab for each category.

    Everything I have tried turns out to be a dead end for this target. My current thought is to just upgrade my existing essay pages to your theme and have two separate instances of wordpress.

    If I do that, then I need a way to integrate them with a single search tool.

    Any ideas? Thanks!

    #205279
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Tom,

    I’m afraid I’m not fully understanding – can you expand a bit or show me an examples?

    Thanks!

    #205496
    Tom

    Thanks for the response Tom.

    I am updating a website to conform with mobile requirements. The website is ethericstudies.org. The existing site is html built using Microsoft Expressions. I have a WordPress application at ethericstudies.org/essays/.

    The objective is to use a new WordPress application for ethericstudies.org to replace the html, and to integrate the essays section. To do that, I am using your Mantle theme and attempting to have a top menu for the fixed pages and a different top menu under the same header for the post pages.

    Overnight, I figured out that I am not thinking right. What I should be doing is redesigning all of the site so that one menu will work. I have to stop thinking migration and start thinking redesign.

    Your Mantle will do just fine the way it is and I need no further help for now.

    … except for one question. What is the best way to add CSS to center post title text? Should I just add a new CSS file in the theme Mantle folder?

    By the way, after trying countless themes, I seem to have suddenly discovered yours. The space between block makes the pages look so much more interesting. Very nice work. Thanks!

    #205565
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    If you do need it, a plugin like this might help: https://en-ca.wordpress.org/plugins/if-menu/

    As for the CSS, this should help: https://generatepress.com/knowledgebase/adding-css/

    To center all post titles, try this:

    .entry-header {
        text-align: center;
    }

    Hope this helps 🙂

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