You can show certain menus to certain users and not others. For example: you are running an online store and a blog on same website and you want your clients to see only store navigation (and not blog menu items) so that they can easily manage the products they are subscribed to without getting confused with other menus. Problem Solved: Nav Menu Roles lets you do this very easily. With this new plugin you can hide custom menu items based on user roles.
You can easily, in just one click add a search box in your WordPress site’s main navigation menu bar. Search box on Navigation Menu lets you do this in a very easy way. All will be needing to do is install and activate it.
Upon activation the plugin adds the default search box on main navigation menu that will save the space and flexibly fit with the menu.
Floating Social Media Links is a free WordPress plugin that allows you to display a beautiful floating frame of buttons (linked icons of social media and other custom links) in WordPress. The plugin provides you a clean sticky look.
Now for quick access you can easily add WordPress theme and plugin dashboard menus in admin bar by activating a simple-light-weight WordPress plugin called Plugins and Themes in Admin Bar. The plugin becomes more useful for WordPress developers who need to install, upload and edit themes or plugins often.
Now you can easily display menu’s everywhere in your WordPress site with effective beautiful styling and customization via shortcode. Shortcode Menu is the new WordPress plugin that provides you more flexibility for custom WordPress menus by using Shortcodes. You candisplay menu the Sidebars, Footer Sidebars, inside Post & Page content and other shortcode supported areas.
WordPress default admin area menu is perfect for bloggers but sometimes it may not meet your preferences. For example: When you are running a BuddyPress community site and you want BuddyPress admin controls to appear on top rather than Posts, Media and Pages menu. This tutorial explain you how you can easily reorder, remove or add new custom admin menus in WordPress.
Menu Image is the new WordPress plugin that lest you display images before menu item text in your WordPress site. The plugin allows you to assign a new image with each menu link you create in your website using the default WordPress menu feature from Appearance -> Menus page.
By default WordPress only shows up All Posts, Add New, Categories & Tags links in admin area’s sidebar post navigation menu (Dashboard -> Posts). This tutorial is on a simple WordPress plugin that automatically adds other post status links like drafts, pending, trash including count of number of posts in each status on admin area post navigation menu and hence it makes navigation quick and easier.
By default WordPress doesn’t provides you a separate way to export and import menu items but by using WordPress Menu Exporter plugin you can easily export all your site menus for backup or for using them in another website of yours.
Whenever someone right click on any website, it shows same old default menu with options like reload, save as, inspect element etc. But now you can disable this menu and create your own custom menu by using the new WordPress plugin.
Earlier we discussed about various plugins and hacks you can use for changing all over look of WordPress administration area. This tutorial is a bit different, here we are discussing about a plugin that allows WordPress site admins to change the admin section menu colors manually and you can choose a different color for each dashboard menu item.