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    I’m using GP for years and I still love it!

    I found out an issue in one of my sites that I let pass for a year. Shame on me!

    I have two different headers in this site so I can use two different menus and logos: one for the shop and another for the main part of the site.
    In the shop menu I created a menu with submenu items for “Benefícios” (Benefits). All items are wordpress product tags.
    Some of the submenu items show the appropriate menu.

    Some of the menu items when clicked show the results with the main site menu. This is odd and shouldn’t happen.

    How do I find out what makes this happen?

    I send you a print screen of the header element I created.
    Header Element

    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    how are you conditionally displaying the different menus ?


    I’m sorry Dave,
    I was checking the conditions in order to answer you… Then I remembered I used the plugin already mentioned here: conditional menus by Themify.

    So it’s not an issue from mighty GP.

    But since I come up with this… Can you guys consider a way for us users to create conditional menus inside a hook? That would be awesome!
    Because, as you can see, the expression “conditional menu” comes up in support forum questions in 12 pages!

    So, you can look at it as a kind of a feature request already!

    Thanks agains Dave!

    Customer Support

    Swapping the menus can be done using the wp_nav_menu_args filter.
    For example:

    add_filter( 'wp_nav_menu_args', 'db_switch_menus' );
    function db_switch_menus( $args ) {
        if( 'primary' === $args['theme_location'] && is_single() ) { 
            $args['menu'] = '99'; 
        return $args;

    Where primary is the Navigation, and 99 is the ID of the Menu you want displayed if the is_single() condition is met ie. its a Single Post.

    Aside from the nice UI and the complex conditional logic rules that the plugins provide, they probably also deal with transients, caching and a host of other things that should be considered that are out of my pay grade lol

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