Featuring 2 modes of display, 3 behaviors for handling menu items, and the ability to override on individual pages, you’ll be in total control.
The mode determines the source of the menu items. Sidekick has 2 modes: Page Hierarchy, and WP Menu.
When enabled, Sidekick dynamically populates it’s menu items from pages that are hierarchally related to the current page. In other words, if the current page either has children pages, or is a child page itself, the menu will be filled with pages that are related to the same top-level parent page.
This mode is just what you’d expect. Sidekick can display any WordPress Menu you have created under Appearance > Menus, which can be set globally for the section as well as using per-page control.
Sidekick offers 3 different ways to display your menu items, these are referred to as behaviors.
Sidekick offers optional 1-click integration with Hero Nav.
Such integration will inherit the styling you have defined for Hero Nav to make consistent styling between both navigations well.. faster than a speeding bullet? Any change in Hero Nav is instantly applied to Sidekick as well.
If you have yet to discover the power of Hero Nav, Sidekick is more than capable of flying solo, and provides lots of options.
Choose your own:
Hierarchical Navigation Section