Create, organize and manage your WordPress menus and navigation lists by logically grouping your pages, categories, users via a drag'n drop interface.
Yes. 5 NAVT widgets are transparently added when you activate the NAVT Plugin. The NAVT sidebar module is also transparently added to K2SBM if you are using the K2 theme.
NAVT enables you to use your own classes by entering the CSS class information into the group options dialogbox. The group options dialogbox is indicated by the gear icon on the left side of any navigation group container. Write or obtain a CSS stylesheet that contains the classes for creating a horizontal menu (there are several sources available on the Internet). Integrate the CSS stylesheet with your theme style sheet. Note the style class names for the UL and LI tags that are used in the stylesheet and enter the names into the places provided under the group CSS options tab. Be sure to select: Do not apply CSS classes and check the Apply the CSS information below to this navigation group . This will force NAVT to apply the classes you've entered to the navigation group. Add the navigation group to the theme by using a widget, use the theme integration tab or by adding the navt function call directory to your theme.
NAVT theme integration allows you to add a navigation group into your theme without editing the theme. It does this by using an XPATH expression and applying one of the available actions: insert before, insert after, insert above, etc. An XPATH statment is used to identify a specific location within your theme where you'd like to put the navigation group. XPATH expressions use a combination of CSS selector ids and CSS classes to target a specific location within your theme. For example, if you wanted to place a navigation group at a specific location in your sidebar, you would formulate the necessary XPATH expression. If your sidebar had the selector id #sidebar and you wanted a navigation group to appear at the bottom of the sidebar the XPATH expression would simply be: #sidebar and you would use the insert bottom action.
CSS selector ids must begin with a # symbol and classes must begin with a single dot. You can also target locations using expressions like _#header div.main ul.menu This XPATH expression describes an unordered list with the class menu that is contained within a div that has the class named main that is contained with a container named header.
Here is a working example: to replace the top menu in a K2 theme with a NAVT navigation group:
Select the Theme Integration tab for the NAVT navigation group you want to use. Enter the following XPATH #page #header ul.menu and use the action Replace With. The navigation group will replace the standard K2 horizontal menu across the top of the theme.
Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.8.2
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
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