Support » Plugin: Menu Item Visibility Control » Any known issues with 4.1.1?

  • Resolved Jason Koning

    (@minion08)


    Hi Shazdeh,
    Firstly – great plugin, I’m sure it would have saved me hours in the past.
    I’m having a bit of an issue though with 4.1.1
    I’m unable to add anything from Links/Categories (etc) as the drop-downs don’t work in the Dashboard.
    Yep, could well be a conflict with an existing plugin, but I’ve deactivated all of them & no difference I’m afraid.
    JS related no doubt, perhaps this might have something to do with it;
    TypeError: wp.media.view.settings.post is undefined
    Not that I know what that may be or how to fix it 😐
    Any ideas?
    Jas

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/menu-items-visibility-control/

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  • hi Jason, I have the same issue, no change in the Appearance / Menu.
    By the way the installation page of this site says: Compatible up to: 3.9.2
    Last Updated: 2014-6-15.
    I fear that this plugin is not supported any more.
    Philippe

    Hello,

    I have the same problem as well. Any news from the developers?

    Thanks
    Max

    No, I’m afraid not – so I’ve had my solution hand coded into functions.php

    Hi Jason,

    Would it be possible for you to share your solution with me?
    Also a brief suggestion would be OK with me.

    Thanks
    Max

    Hi Max,
    Sure thing, first of all this may be of some use Zen Menu Logic
    The hand coded solution is specific to my theme framework Enfold.

    In my case I needed a custom menu for a portfolio category, so it was the is_tax function I made use of.

    This went in the theme’s /includes/helper-main-menu.php;

    if(!is_tax('portfolio_entries', 'economics')) {
    $avia_theme_location = 'avia';
    } else {
    $avia_theme_location = 'avia4';
    }

    ‘economics’ is the custom taxonomy in the above example.

    And this went in the functions.php;

    add_action('init', 'ava_add_custom_menu');
    function ava_add_custom_menu() {
    	register_nav_menus(array('avia4' => __('Enfold Custom Menu', 'avia_framework')));
    }
    ava_add_custom_menu();

    ‘Enfold Custom Menu’ is the new menu you’d create & swap out for the default navigation in the above example.
    I know this is theme specific, but hopefully may help give you a pointer or two.
    Jas

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