# How do I get my nav menu to show sub pages?

http://webdesignsalemoregon.com/westernmennoniteschool/ is my website.

I've got the top menu which is the one that was in the theme when I started to customize it. It's got a test drop down that works just fine. I included a secondary menu under the slider with this code

<div id="secondaryMenu">
<?php
$menuID = 'bottom-nav';$footerNav = '';

if (function_exists('wp_nav_menu')) $footerNav = wp_nav_menu( array( 'theme_location' => 'footer-menu', 'container' => '', 'fallback_cb' => '', 'menu_id' =>$menuID, 'menu_class' => 'bottom-nav', 'echo' => false, 'depth' => '2' ) );
if ($footerNav == '') show_page_menu($menuID);
else echo(\$footerNav);
?>
</div>


It works just fine, except for the fact it does NOT show drop downs? I've got 3 pages underneath "Admissions" the furthest left item, and they don't show up?

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Have you viewed source? Are they showing, but css is hiding them? A link to the site with this issue would be extremely helpful in troubleshooting. –  cale_b Mar 10 '12 at 1:07

First let me start by stating the @cale_b is probebaly right and you should first look at your css / jquery to ensure that your items arnt being hidden...

Also - you should change this:

'depth' => '2'


To this:

'depth' => 0


0 = show all & no need to surround it like this: '0' This is the right way 'depth' => 0
(since its not a string.)

Hope this Helps, Cheers, Sagive.

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I actually just ended up figuring out I could use the jQuery Superfish function on that whole element, and it worked just fine, lol. Thanks though! –  Des Mar 13 '12 at 19:22
glad you got it working :) –  Sagive SEO Mar 13 '12 at 20:05
tip: you should fix your question to show solution and mark it answerd ;) –  Sagive SEO Mar 14 '12 at 23:04