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03/11/12 17:43:04 (2 years ago)
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ronnieg
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  • Ticket #14134, comment 63

    initial v1  
    44- Installed "Widget Logic" plugin to be able to manage which pages have sidebar sub-menu widgets.  
    55- In my theme's functions.php, installed a special function I found somewhere: is_child_of('postid'). 
    6 - Built smaller sub-menus (~20) for sidebars, for key pages that have lots of additional child/grandchild pages, and then used Widget Logic and the is_child_of function to have those menu widgets appear only on the appropriate parent and sub-pages pages, not in the top menu.  
     6- Built smaller sub-menus (~20) for sidebars, for key pages that have lots of additional child/grandchild pages, and then used Widget Logic and the is_child_of function to have those menu widgets appear only on the appropriate parent and sub-pages, not in the top menu.  
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    88FYI for the other large RE site webmaster who posted to in this thread: IMO, putting absolutely  everything in the top menu makes the top menu too large to effectively manage, increases page load time, and may be a major SEO problem because of so many links. My top menu only has about 60 links, and with the sidebar sub-menus controlled by Widget Logic, no page ever has more than about 120 on-page internal links.