I need to build two menu-like Views for a site. I have a site with nodes structured as follows:
Does that make sense? The top node, PageA, has two children: PageA1 and PageA2. Each of those children nodes have three children: PageA11, PageA12, PageA13, etc. I have this structure reflected in both taxonomy tags and in the menu structure, if that helps.
I have each node tagged with the entire tree of terms. For instance, a second tier node will be tagged with 'PageA PageA1' and a third tier node will be tagged with 'PageA PageA1 PageA12'. I need to build two menus and I'm trying to use Views for this. One menu lists second tier nodes and the other menu lists third tier nodes. Oh, and I have tagged each node with additional tags 'second tier' and 'third tier'.
I have no trouble building the second tier menu. I filter for nodes with tags 'second tier' and 'PageA'. But when I make a View which filters for tags 'third tier' and 'PageA' I obviously end up with all six leaf or third level nodes. What I want instead is to show PageA11, PageA12 and PageA13 if I am viewing any of those nodes or node PageA1. And I want to show PageA21, PageA22 and PageA23 if I am viewing any of those nodes or node PageA2.