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How to Use the Function is_user_logged_in To Display Different Menus?

I wish to create a log in page, that displays like an extended menu for example (the people who land on the page first will not see this extended menu)

Now is it a case that i create a page that uses one menu? And another page that uses a different menu?

However i have used the menu in the header, so would i need to create a different page template that calls one header showing X menu, and then another one that shows Y menu which the customers will be directed to when they "log in"

Thankyou in advance. Kirsty

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marked as duplicate by Chip Bennett, kaiser, toscho Nov 28 '12 at 13:11

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

    
By the way, did you try searching the site for related questions before posting? This one has been asked several times. – Chip Bennett Nov 28 '12 at 12:49

Use the is_user_logged_in() conditional to output a different menu depending on user login state. For example:

$theme_location = ( is_user_logged_in() ? 'header_logged_in' : 'header_not_logged_in' );

wp_nav_menu( array(
    'theme_location' => $theme_location
);
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