Show/hide menu items with conditional statements
I had no problems with this whatsoever. Just worked. Perfect experience.
Thank you, this is very helpful. I tried to try hide menu items on certain pages using css and it worked for a while but eventually broke my design a little bit. I tried several plugins that claimed to do what if-menu did but they fell short.
I had to add a conditional statement for my author page using is_author. I'm so used to writing is_author() and I broke the plugin using that. lol. I re-installed it, pulled out the () and it worked great :-).
I think I will hit up your support forum, as I have a few questions regarding adding more conditional statements to get more specific with certain pages. I assumed that is possible with if-menu.
Thanks again. Thumbs up!
it should be in core
Menu items can be shown if a user is logged in or logged out, as well as shown if the user is a specific role. I think that's the best idea I've seen in a long while.
It's the best plugin for simple function.
An excellent plugin! The plugin doesn't need any update for WP 3.8 despite being last updated on 2012-10-10 for 3.4.2.
This plugin is what I need.
Excellent plugin, easy to use and very necessary in the development of menus in WordPress.
Congratulations to the developer and I agree that this feature should already be available by default in the menu constructor.
This is a really great little plugin and really useful, but I can't help wondering ~ why they haven't built this logic with all the conditionals everyone uses, into the WP custom menu system already?
Simple and useful.
Would love to see more features in the future perhaps. I'm thinking a condition to change Menu item name/title or change page/link when condition is met (like show Log In when user is logged out and Log Out when user is logged in etc')
Great plugin. Very easy to work with
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