An additional menu to help users navigate a space.
Typically, a 'primary menu' is a set of consistent and persistent links used for navigation across an entire site. Primary menus are frequently found in a header. Secondary menus, by contrast, are used just space-wide or in some other limited content area. In other words, if primary menus generally serve to guide users to spaces across a site, then secondary menus guide users to pages across a space. Secondary menus are often displayed under a header or sometimes in a sidebar.
With the release of Theme Press 3.0, it is now easier to create and style secondary menus. This is done in the Theme Designer, under the "Macros" heading and the "Secondary Menu" subheading. Here you can configure the 'look & feel' of the secondary menu, from its placement and size to its background color and link appearance.
A secondary menu is targeted by using a combination of an HTML Add Class and an Include Content macro in an architect page, such as a header, footer, or layout. (Alternatively, if you have Brikit Blueprint Maker, you can use a Live Blueprint Macro instead of the two macros above). You'll need to add the CSS class
.brikit-secondary-menu to the block containing it (or the div wrapping it), and ensure that the menu itself lives in the Theme Press Default Space. From there, you can style the Secondary Menu using the Theme Designer.