Our themes let you have different menus on individual pages, provided the theme you acquired has multiple header types. This is due to each header type having a different menu location, which enables you to assign different menus to them.
For example, you can assign one of the menus to Main Navigation:
And another one to Vertical Navigation:
Note that Sticky and Fixed aren’t header types in this sense, since they don’t have a specific location designated for them. They just determine how the header will be displayed, but not the actual content of the header. They will display the same menu items as the Standard/Regular menu type which uses Main Navigation.
Once you’ve assigned your menus to header types, you need to choose which menu you want displayed globally. To do this, navigate to Theme Options > Header and choose a menu type:
To illustrate this example, we selected Standard header type. Now all the pages will have a menu that looks like this:
Now you can access the settings for all the individual pages that you want to have different menus on. In our example, will set one of the pages to use a Vertical menu:
This will make the menu on this specific page look different from the rest of the pages:
Note that the menu will also have a different appearance, since header types are devised so that they display a different layout of the header.
You cannot achieve this with themes that don’t have multiple header types. It’s also not possible to have the same menu type display different items depending on the page. You would either have to edit the theme files which requires a certain familiarity with WordPress, or use a third party plugin for this purpose.