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New Off-Canvas Open-Sticky Responsive Menu For WordPress

Easily add a complete responsive off-canvas menu with customizable menu-button, colours, fonts and position on your WordPress website.

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How To Improve Loading Time Of WordPress Menus?

Increased loading time means less-good and long code. In simple words less code gives you less page loading time. Same is with WordPress menus, you can easily improve its loading time by removing unnecessary classes of CSS, which are actually not required inside the navigation of any website.

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Keeping Shared Menus On WordPress Multisite Network

You can pull menu from another website on your multisite network to easily achieve a universal navigation and make things go fast and easy without needing to manually recreate same menus on other websites.

Earlier we have discussed about exporting and importing navigation menus in WordPress so that you can backup them or use them on other websites. Today in this lesson you will learn about using same navigation menu or pulling menus from other websites across your multisite network.  Continue reading Keeping Shared Menus On WordPress Multisite Network

Auto Generate Menu From Page Order And Hierarchy In WordPress

Instead of creating menus one by one now you can automatically generate it matching your page order and hierarchy in WordPress.

Auto Menu From Pages is the new WordPress plugin that allows you to generate menu from page hierarchy. The generated menu automatically updates to reflect any changes you make to pages in your WordPress site. Hence, it is always current and live.

It works works just like any other WordPress navigation menu which means you can assign it to any menu location of your website’s theme or show it using any custom menu widget or do anything else that you could normally do to a navigation menu in WordPress.  Continue reading Auto Generate Menu From Page Order And Hierarchy In WordPress

How To Extend & Customize WordPress Menus?

You can easily extend default WordPress menus registered on your theme’s menu location to make them highly customizable. You can change their appearance, create new menu themes, add widget in them, HTML, enable menu custom icons and use them in your existing website menu locations.

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Best WordPress Plugins To Add Responsive Mobile Menu

Multilevel fluid responsive menus enables your visitors to browse your website more easily on smartphones, tablets and other small screen devices. Regular multilevel navigation menus doesn’t works on touch screen devices, the reason is they need a mouse hover to show sub navigation items but when using touch screen devices you can only give a click. That is why all mobile menus are click-open menus.

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How To Show/Hide WordPress Menus With Conditional Statements?

If Menu is a free WordPress plugin that enables you to use WordPress menus (each individual menu item) with if conditional statements, somewhat like WordPress widgets visibility feature by Jetpack. The plugin enables visibility features to all WordPress menus you manage from dashboard’s appearance section. It allows you display or hide menus based on conditional statements such as show/hide this menu if the page is a single page, if user is logged in etc.

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How To Open WordPress Menu Links In A New Tab?

Managing WordPress menus is easy, its default structure allows you to add menu items from various filters of your website, rearrange them with drag and drop interface and set their navigation label and title attribute. However, there are some more advanced options which can be enabled from ‘Screen Options‘ tab present in top right corner of menu admin screen. In this tutorial we will show you how to set some menu links to open in a new tab.

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How To Get Complete Control Over WordPress Menus?

You can set visibility of your WordPress site menu items, you can control access on per user role and on the basis of logged-in memers and visitors etc. Power Menus is the new WordPress plugin that provides you full control over your website menus and the best thing is that there are no extra options page, you can control everything right from the main menus pages present in Appearance section of your dashboard.

Currently the plugin allows you to:

  • Limit access to posts and pages
  • Show or hide items per user role
  • Redirect users without required access permissions to a chosen page
  • Control visibility of menu items for logged-in or non-logged-in users and more features are under development.

How To Use Power Menus Plugin?

Install and activate Power Menus and follow the steps:

  1. Visit Dashboard -> Appearance -> Menus page and set the secure page under “Secure Page – Power Menus” box (this will be the page where user with insufficient access permissions will be redirected to). If the page is not set or it’s set to “None”, chosen menu items will be hidden but page(s) will be still accessible via URL.
  2. Choose menu items and set their visibility (you should see “Visible to logged in users only” and “Visible to selected user roles” section)

Showing WordPress Menus On The Basis Of User Role Types

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.

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How To Speed Up Menus Admin Screen In WordPress 3.6 ?

New accessibility JavaScript present in WordPress 3.6 Dashboard -> Appearance > Menus panel insignificantly slows down the loading speed specially when you are having a large number of menu items (> 50) to manage.

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How To Add WordPress Theme & Plugin Menus In Admin Bar ?

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.

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