Okay, there's two things I'm trying to do and I'm not sure the best way to go about it.
1. Placing a menu inline with page content.
On my page, I have my main navigation to the left. I have an optional subnavigation that should appear as a box that sits within the main content of the page (similar to an image that text wraps around.) It should appear directly below the top header & subheader and be floated right.
What is the best way to implement this? The box should only appear when there are child pages and needs to sit inside the content area, with content wrapping around it.
I understand how to use multiple menu calls, I'm just not sure how to get the menu inside my content area (I want to keep all the pages WYSIWYG, as I will not be the only person editing the content.)
2. Placing a block of content beside my main content area.
To the right of my main content area, I want to be able to place an image with a caption below it. I'd like to be able to assign certain images & captions to specific pages.
Is there a way to do this, short of just manually inserting the image and caption into the content area and then using CSS to position it correctly? I'd like to minimize the amount of html in the page, because again, there will be other people editing the text on the page, and the less there is that they can screw up the better.
Screenshot of the mocked up layout is attached for reference.
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