- Added licensing information and tested in WP 3.3.x
- Fixed the CSS appearing in WordPress admin
- Set the plugin up for WordPress 3, and removed all unnecessary code
- Added category ordering by description/name
- Reintroduction of deprecated function in an attempt to get people back on track.
- Minor fix - valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional (target="" removed)
- Changed CSS slightly (current_page_item > current_page and deleted drop.gif)
- Added URL target for WP links
- Added drop class for parent menu links
- Fixed dodgy css classes for WP links
- Added current_page for post categories
- Fixed 'division by zero' warning which occurs when there are no links for the dynamic menu to use
- Found that IE6 didn't play nice when excluding parent URLs, added href="#" parent A tags to fix issue
- Gives users ability to override superfish.css with their own superfish.css in their current theme folder (this is for the JS sub plugin)
- Also added PHP enclosing tags to README
- Allows users to create static non-flyout left/right menus with drilldown functionality (only shows children of currently selected menu item)
- Found there was a problem with dynamic menu widths due to using the classes. Assumes that the last top oriented menu defined is the one to set dynamic CSS for. This will need to be addressed in later versions.
- Menu titles for QTranslate broken when using htmlspecialchars. Removed.
- Uses all the WordPress heirarchical elements - links, post categories, pages
- Attempts to make the installation process as simple as possible for non-savvy users (Auto CSS inclusion, allows user to define their own, user-friendly improvements)
- Includes sub-plugin - the superfish menu dropdown script
- Additional links in the plugin menu so that the user can quickly find the plugin setup area
- Updated README file to reflect new changes and all links to Zack Design are now for this plugin category
- Rewritten for PHP Classes
- Authenticated menus
- Ability to set further fine-grained controls from the code
- Added some extra code to try and make IE6 dynamic widths work properly
- Now allows you to rename the additional 'Home' button
- Added an extra 'else' to try and clear any unnecessary parent CSS
- Top-level parents optionally have no URL
- HTML special chars for the title (noticed some XML errors)
- Multi-lang plugins supported with apply_filter on post title...
- Further classes. New link ones, a new parent class, and the return of the current_page class.
- Added classes back into the
- HTML elements. Sorry! Forgot to add them back in when changing over the code...
- Minor bugfixes
- list of IDs for which to not make an URL fixed up so that you can put in more than one
- found some bugs in menu children URL removal
- IE8 testing - Now works in IE8!!!
- Completely re-written recursive menu generator. You can have as many levels as you can write CSS for! :D
- Can now add a home-page by ticking it in settings
- List of IDs for which to not make an URL
- Added a way to make wrapped pages auto-dynamically factored in
- Fixed some minor bugs
- Added a start parent
- Moved dynamic width to settings only. No real point in forcing it to be stuck in functions.php.
- Makes it so that if the width of top elements are wider than a certain amount the bottom level grows with it
- Proper dynamic width using CSS
- Added an admin option to set which class we use when generating dynamic width css, defaults to .menu
- Noticed some things weren't working quite right (e.g. extra
tags were apearing when no children were present)
- Able to pass certain directives to tell the menu what things to output
- Added third level flyouts
- Fixed some bugs with the code. Sorry, I accidentally left some test code in!