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My problem is that wordpress isn't showing the two menu's as separate menus, it just outputs on menu to both positions.

URL: http://www.msc-media.co.uk

Check the header and footer for the links - I know the footer is ugly, need to sort out the css later.

I've created two menus in the functions.php with this code.

<?php
    register_nav_menus( array(
        'topmenu' => 'Top Menu',
        'footermenu' => 'Footer Menu',
    ) );

?>

I've then called these menu's in my footer.php and header.php with this code:

<?php wp_nav_menu(array('menu' => 'footermenu')); ?>
<?php wp_nav_menu(array('menu' => 'topmenu')); ?>

This is my back-end config with wordpress, getting the top menu to show 4 links, and the footer to display two. With the positions correctly appointed.

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Can anyone explain what is wrong with this? - I'm stumped and I've searched the WP codex/forums for hours now.

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Try:

<?php wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'footermenu')); ?>
<?php wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'topmenu')); ?>

See http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_nav_menu

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  • Worked perfectly, what are the differences between 'theme_location' and 'menu'? May 15, 2012 at 22:55
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    @MChandler Menu accepts the slug of the menu you've created. Theme location accpets a registered theme location. The user can then create a menu, and assign to one (or more) locations, where it will then appear. In theme development, you should never use the 'menu' attribute. May 15, 2012 at 23:03

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