A quick note about WordPress menus as I’ve just resolved a problem myself. I’m in the middle of trying to create a responsive theme for this blog (using Bootstrap 3.2, if you are interested) and when I added the menu using wp_nav_menu to embed it in header.php, and register_nav_menus to declare it in functions.php I thought I had finished.
Unfortunately, it appeared to display any menu except the one I wanted – until I deleted all the others.
Some careful reading and a guess, in the end, helpled me solve the problem. I was using ‘menu_id’ in wp_nav_menu instead of 'theme_location'. Using 'theme_location' made it all work.
So to be clear:
- register_nav_menus ( array( 'kbs3-top-menu' => __( 'Top Menu', 'kajabity_bs3' ) ) ); – placed in (a function in) functions.php registers a theme location 'kbs3-top-menu', which is displayed as 'Top Menu' in Manage Locations when editing Theme menus (using __(..,..) to internationalise 'Top Menu'), and
- wp_nav_menu( array( 'theme_location' => 'kbs3-top-menu' ) ); – placed in header.php will display the menu which you have assigned to that theme location in the Admin Menu editor.
I’m guessing that when I used ‘menu_id’ I would have to create an actual menu with that Id – which, of course, I hadn’t so WordPress defaulted to one of the others, presumably in numeric id order. It wouldn’t matter if you only have one menu defined!
Hope this helps.