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Category Posts in Custom Menu

Dynamic menus: This plugin automatically replaces selected Category / Post Tag / Custom Taxonomy links in a Custom Menu by a list of their posts/pages

0.9.5

0.9.4

0.9.3

0.9.2

0.9.1

0.9

  • Fixed CSS 'active' class problem: CSS classes are no longer copied from the parent menu item to the menu item for the posts/pages.

0.8

  • Added the option to keep or remove the original menu item. Initially, the original menu item was replaced by the list of its posts, but now you can choose for yourself whether this should be done (always / only if there are no posts / never)

0.7.2

  • Bugfix: Fixed invalid argument error reported by macrocurio in Plugin Support.

0.7.1

  • Bugfix: Link Target, CSS Classes, Link Relationship (XFN) and Description weren't inherited from the original menu item. They are now.

0.7

  • Added support for custom post types
  • Fixed user_data bug
  • Added date formatting options

0.6

  • Added a bunch of wildcards: %post_feat_image (url only), %post_excerpt, %post_url, %post_date, %post_date_gmt, %post_status, %post_modified, %post_modified_gmt, %post_comment_count

0.5

  • Enable custom taxonomies.
  • Change plugin URL.

0.4

  • Fix plugin bug for Tags, probably related to 3.2.2 update.
  • Edit documentation
  • Change some CSS to show checkbox next to label instead of above it.
  • Edit text in menu item block to clarify use of custom fields.

0.3

  • Extended the plugin for use of custom fields. Use a custom field with name 'my field' with wildcard %post_my_field. Note that if the post does not have this custom field, the wildcard is removed (it is not replaced by anything).

0.2

  • Extended the plugin to post tags. Note that the plugin name has unfortunately not been changed to reflect this extension.

Added checkboxes, dropdowns and text fields to Appearance > Menu. It is now possible to:

  • Enable/disable per taxonomy item whether you want to replace it by its posts
  • Specify the (maximum) number of posts that should be displayed.
  • Specify the ordering (Descending/Ascending) and the field to order by (ID, title, etc..)
  • Set a title for the menu items. For this you can use the wildcards %post_title and %post_author.

Requires: 3.2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-4-25
Downloads: 23,920

Ratings

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4.8 out of 5 stars

Support

1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.

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