Some buddies of mine am beginning a skill blog and am striving to make use of WordPress for usability reasons his or her PHP/HTML/CSS experience is minimal. However, we're encountering a roadblock for the reason that we're discovering it hard to accomplish multi-level navigation within Wordpress: that's for every WordPress 'page', there has to be several 'sub-pages'. For instance, each artist page (eg Zac) should have several separate sub-pages: an "About", a "Gallery" (which is accomplished having a separate WordPress wordpress plugin) along with a blog sorted with a specific category. One more road block is presented within the form that every sub-page navigation should be outside of the primary navigation: ie, not really a drop-lower menu, but instead another menu situated elsewhere around the page.

I have looked around at some WordPress multi-level navigation plug ins but haven't found any that adequately meet these needs. Has anybody had exactly the same problem, and when so, how have you deal with it? It is possible to appropriate wordpress plugin or should i have to produce a separate Page template after which hands-code About/Gallery sections in separate PHP files?

Thanks!

I normally use groups to achieve that. What It is best to to complete is to produce a category for each individual after which create sub-groups, sub-pages or posts under each one of these.

After that you can create template which will target different kind of pages, you may also target some key phrases.