Adds menu editing options to the built-in WordPress Menus page like copying entire menus, and synchronizing page hierarchies with menu structures.
The built-in menu editor for WordPress is a nicely built utility. But often with larger content sites you end up spending a lot of effort keeping the menus and the pages in sync. This plugin serves three major purposes:
The first feature is pretty clear, it's a pain to add say 150 pages to a sitemap menu when they are paginated by default at 50 pages.
The second feature allows you to copy an existing menu and play around with tweaks to the structure without losing the effort put into the original menu.
And the third feature is my favorite. Basically instead of going to every single page and modifying the parent/child relationship, you can create a sitemap menu and use the wonderful drag n drop feature of the menu editor to restructure your entire site.
Requires: 3.2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.2.1
Last Updated: 2012-7-15
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