Adds a CSS based dropdown/flyout/slider menu to your WordPress blog.
If this plugin had a way of using the WordPress custom menus it would have some good potential. WordPress introduced custom menus back in 2010, but this plugin still has you picking items for the nav buttons from drop down selections such as Pages or Categories (not individual pages or categories mind you, but groups, like in the old days); or typing in the titles button by button, then pasting in the links to the individual buttons.
I do like the fine tuned customization that you can give to the look of the menus with the online Dropdown Menu CSS Generator, but hand picking and linking each button is just a little too much to go through.
In spite of my comments, thank you Ryan Hellyer, for contributing your time and effort to the WordPress community.
This plugin is extremely powerful. It does exactly what it says in the title. This is another plugin that remains a regular in my tool kit.
Thank you Ryan.
Its based off the suckerfish dropdowns which are excellent. They've then integrated that beautifully into the WordPress admin.
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