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This plugin allows you to create and administrate menu bars in a website.

With it you will be able to create different menues and allow the content to be associated to fit your needs.

Basic configuration

Create site content: the posts, articles, categories, pages, etc. that will be later used to associate with this plugin

Create the menu: you can do this by using the ‘ADD NEW’ button, there you will be able to start to relate the content previously created

Insert the code: insert the following PHP code where you want to show the menu (probably replacing the call to ‘wp_nav_menu’ in header.php): ;

Where it says ‘Render(ID)’ you must use the number that is displayed in the ‘MENU ID’ item in each created menu.

Another way to create a menu (using WIDGETS): if you use the widget provided by this plugin (2cero menu widget), it’s not necessary to write any special code. The menubar will be shown where the widget was dropped.

Style & design: once you followed the previous steps you can give a different style to our menubar. To do that, you can go to the ‘Styles’ page and modify all the property that you need to make it look as you want. Each property is explained to make this easier.


  1. Upload DosCero.Menu directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Use the newly created menues to use the plugin

Contributors & Developers

“DosCero.Menu” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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  • Initial commit