Categorizing Content for Mega Menu

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    • #9775

      widecast
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      Hello,

      I’m in the process of migrating an existing site to the Sparkle theme.

      In order to get Mega Menu to display properly, should all posts be categorized as subcategories and specifically not selecting its respective parent category?

      For example, in your demo, it looks the posts filed under “Business” are not actually categorized as “Business” but instead as subcategories such as “Jobs” and “Media”.

      This example post appears to be tagged as “Marketing” but not its parent “Business”.

      Please advise if this is the right way to proceed before I start going through all my posts and changing how they’re categorized. 🙂

      Thanks,

      David

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    • #9791

      widecast
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      Also, do I need to do anything special to get the subcategory label to show up on the Mega Menu images when hovering on the left-hand subcategories? Right now, there are only labels when hovering the parent category in the menu.

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      Max
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