In Drupal 7, the Blocks page contained a link for ‘Add menu block’, from where you could create multiple menu blocks of the same menu.
In Drupal 8, menu blocks seem to be generated automatically, however only one-per-menu exists (two, if you have are using Superfish).
I have a main menu block that needs to be rendered in different ways, depending on the Content Type being displayed.
Most of my content has a menu position assigned, however one type does not as it has over 300 sibling nodes; I need the same menu to appear, just showing one level higher. The sidenav will normally show the parent page, with the current page and all sibling pages underneath:
Parent page - child 1 - child 2 - child 3 <current page> - child 4 etc...
For the special Content Type, I need this structure:
Grandparent page - Parent sibling 1 - Parent sibling 2 - Parent - Parent sibling 3 etc...
This would have been pretty simple in D7 – have I missed something?
How can I render the same menu at different levels? I’d rather not have to clone the entire menu using Entity Clone just to expose part of it.