Justin Tadlock 4 years ago I’ll be honest, I don’t know to code such a menu. I’ve never done one. I could search around for some tutorials though if necessary. With that said, I believe you should reconsider the menu. Menus really should be simple and limited. And, Saga’s menu was built specifically for a limited list of items. Even with expandable sub-menus, you’re still looking at 16 top-level items, which will become unwieldy when expanding (in my honest opinion). I can’t recall the specific user-experience study offhand, but 9 items is the upper limit of choices a user should have. Otherwise, you run into “choice overload. It’d be far better to offer a second menu when reaching a top-level page. For example, when visiting the Events page, you’d see a second menu that allowed you to drill down to Anniversaries, Birthdays, and so on. Saga isn’t really built for this either though. I’d almost prefer a theme with a sidebar that allowed you to show off those “groups” as widgets. That way, they’re broken down into more digestible blocks of content. I thought you were using Stargazer on this site, but maybe I was mistaken. That’d be a great theme for doing this.