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There are lot of tutorials on Internet about how to display menu, but no one works for me. I have tried:

$menu_array = menu_navigation_links('menu_menu-login-menu');
print theme('links__menu_login_menu', array('links' => $menu_array));
print drupal_render(menu_tree_output(menu_tree_all_data('menu-login-menu')));

Both don't work.

My menu looks like this.

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  • By Default all the menus are available as block under Blocks section. You can assign it in to required region. Are you trying to do something different? – ARUN Jun 15 '16 at 8:57
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Have you tried using the Menu Block module (D7)?

Disable the main menu in the theme settings and create one or multiple menu blocks with a lot of options for the menus. The module can render submenu items with the main navigation and/or in a separate menu-block. The Menu block module can render a custom menu as well.

You can also add an extra region to your theme that renders a menu-block-menu inside a nav-tag:

yourtheme.info file add:

regions[nav_custom] = Nav Custom

In page.tpl.php add:

<?php if ($page['nav_custom']): ?>
    <nav id="nav-custom" role="navigation" class="navigation">
      <?php print render($page['nav_custom']); ?>
    </nav> <!-- /.section, /#nav-custom -->
<?php endif; ?>
  • YES, thanks. I have already fixed this problem in the almost same way, you write here... – Q-bart Jun 17 '16 at 15:26

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