Web design although now incorporated into the SoSLUG menu, is actually a separate site, Each site has its own menu structure, in the left sidebar. The Web design menu uses the primary links, so its top level items also appear on the horizontal navigation bar.
Both top level, primary and secondary menu items are hard wired into the Garland, and Southend themes.
The SoSLUG site itself has a separate menu called Linux, so its top level menu items differ from the primary links in the navigation bar. These are based on views and provide an alternative way of navigating the site, based primarily on the search box, and taxomony.
because both web design and SoSLUG menu's are becoming unwieldy to maintain, its proposed they be split up, into a number of sub menu's. To accomplish this, the top level Linux menu items must be anchored in the primary links menu. This is not an issue for Web design, but how do we reconcile these two alternate ways of navigating the SoSLUG sites?