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WP Custom Menu Filter Plugin

Displays different menus for visitors and users logged in without using CSS display:none.

How do I add a CSS class to my custom menu?

  1. At /wp-admin/nav-menus.php found under Appearance > Menus. Then select Screen Options at the top right. Then check CSS Classes. Then click Screen Options to hide the menu again.
  2. Click down arrow beside the menu item. You should see an input box for CSS Classes (Optional).
  3. Fill in with whatever CSS class you'd like. It is space-separated, so be sure to enter each class as one item (e.g., admin, admin-class, NOT admin class).
  4. Click Save Menu
  5. Be sure to assign a menu to a theme location as this will determine whether the menu appears in the filter settings page. Click Save.
  6. Navigate to wp-admin/themes.php?page=wps-filter-menu which is found under Appearance > Custom Menu Filter Settings
  7. Enter CSS Class Name that you'd like to have filtered out.

Again this plugin does not use CSS classes to hide menu items. Instead it uses the CSS Class information on the backend to filter these items out all together.

Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.2.1
Last Updated: 2012-7-15
Downloads: 11,383

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