I would like to create a dynamic WordPress menu using
wp_nav_menu() divided over four lines or rows as the static website http://tinyurl.com/82trdjw. I think I should either force the menu to do this using CSS and width limitations or PHP. I do think PHP is needed as certain menu items will be followed by images before the menu continues again - see site.
Is it possible to use a dynamic WordPress menu for this situation or should I just go for dynamic sidebars or static blocks?
If it is possible to use WordPress dynamic menus how would I do this given the fact that the menu should be on four lines and is interrupted by images every now and then?
Perhaps I should just use three menus to solve the splitting of the menu into three pieces, but then I still have the issue with the images in between.
Decided to go with a few sidebars with several widgets inside. For each menu item I will use a text widget. So basically I am doing what @Webord recommended