Building conditional menu for different users rolls

Hi there,

I am using Wordpress to build a dummy site in order to show a layout to a client.

But I got stuck with a conditional menu that should show options depending on which category of user it is navigating. I have created two new pages templates “free.php” and “rubi.php”. I also create three categories of users: “visitor” “free” and “paid”.

I need to show the options of the menu in three steps:

• Home visitors (no logged in) will show just two menu options

— Gratis Raum
— Rubi Raum

• Logged in users in the free zone (Gratis Raum) will see this:

— Gratis Raum
— Registrierung
— detailsuche
— nachrichten
— blogs
— horoskope

— rubiner werden

• Paid users will have access also to the Rubi “Raum” and therefore they will see the whole options of the menu:

— Gratis Raum
— Registrierung
— detailsuche
— nachrichten
— blogs
— horoskope

— Rubi Raum
— privat videos
— harte welle
— gewerbe
— erotik shop

Paid users could use the whole site, even if they are in a free area they need to see still the whole menu. Let say that he click in the horoskope menu option, he will see the whole menu, while a “free user” after logging in as it will not see the menu options in the Rubi Raum (paid category).

The questions basically are for the syntax of something like this:

• <li <?php if (is_home()) ; ?>> echo show-just-links-for-visitors

• <li <?php if (is_free-user) echo show-just-links-for-free-category-users

and

• <li <?php if (is_paid-user) echo show-all-the-links

Does anybody could tell me the right syntaxes?

Thanks
Rafael