Hopefully you already know how to create WordPress menus. If not, please refer to this Wordpress 3.0 Menus tutorial. The scope of this document is to teach you where your WordPress menus will appear inside of PageLines.
You can create & assign any custom menu to one of these locations. For this tutorial, we have created four custom menus and gave each of them the same name as the location that they are assigned to.
We also created three pages for each of the four menu locations and named & assigned each page after its respective location. This way you can see that the page name correlates to the menu location.
PageLines supports four different Theme Locations:
After you assign your custom menus to their Theme Locations, by default you will only be able to see "Primary Website Navigation" & "Simple Nav Section" on your website. This is because the other two sections, "BrandNav Section Navigation" & "Page Navigation in Footer Columns" are disabled by default. Let's enable these two sections so you can see where they will show up on your page as well as how they will display your menus.
From your WordPress Administration Panel:
Now you will also be able to see the "BrandNav Section Navigation" & "Page Navigation in Footer Columns" menu location.