An extension of the menu system with context-based rules and a flexible framework to write your own.
Context Manager does the same job as Menu Rules, but comes with many more features to save you time and unnecessary coding.
Menu Rules can run alongside Context Manager while you migrate your rules across. Speak to me on Twitter if you need any help with the transfer.
In WordPress there's no way to apply context to the menu system. Menu Rules solves this problem and gives you a framework to write your own menu extensions.
You have an e-commerce website that has a custom post type called 'products'. You have a page that lists products which is listed in your main menu. A user visits the page and the menu item becomes 'active'. You click through to a product and the menu item loses its active state. This is how to fix it with menu rules:
is_singular( 'product' )
Menu_Rules_Handlerand includes a
add_action( 'plugins_loaded', create_function( '', 'Menu_Rules::register( "Your_Menu_Rule_Class" );' ) );
Built-in rules are found in
If you're stuck, ask me for help on Twitter.