Adds menu editing options to the built-in WordPress Menus page like copying entire menus, and synchronizing page hierarchies with menu structures.
Q: How do I use the tool once it's installed? A: Just go to the Menu editor under Appearance > Menus and you'll see two new buttons next to Save Menu.
Q: I clicked the "Sync Page Structure" (or Copy Menu) button but nothing happened, the cursor just shows an hourglass. What happened? A: You might have a really large site and because the requests to sync the page are driven by ajax, it might be waiting a while for the process to complete. Give it some time and you should get a response. If you don't or you get an error about a time-out then you'll need to configure your hosting options to allow longer page load times.
Q: How exactly do I create a site map? A: Just create a new menu - and click the "View All" link under the Pages widget in the Menus Editor. Click the "Select All" link and then click "Add to Menu". If your pages already had parent child relationships defined in the Page Editor, then your menus should reflect that. If not, you can adjust the nesting structure using the menu editor and then click "Sync Page Strucutre" to update the Page Parent settings of all the items in your menu.
Q: Is ther any way to undo these changes? A: Nope!, be sure to backup your database before making massive changes to a live site. You can and should use the "Copy Menu" feature to backup a menu before you make changes to it so you can restor it later if necessary.
Requires: 3.2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.2.1
Last Updated: 2012-7-15
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