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[Resolved] Can i use global content blocks in WordPress menus

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  • Plugin Author benz1

    @benz1

    How and where have you inserted the content block into the menu?

    Many thnaks for the donation, much appreciated.

    @benz1 – i tried two different places, in the page title and in the navigation label.

    The menu always displays the literal text.

    You’re welcome for the donation. It’s a very useful plugin.

    Plugin Author benz1

    @benz1

    What code did you insert?

    I entered EZ Dock Mid-Atlantic – screen shot here.

    Plugin Author benz1

    @benz1

    Sorry, didn’t see your earlier screenshots. Asked my developer to comment and he replied as follows:

    shortcodes don’t work when inserted in a menu context, or at least i haven’t seen such a case.

    So, in order to achieve what he wants, he could add in his functions.php file (inside his current theme) a filter for executing shortcodes on the menu; or, he could build a custom walker for the menu functionality (this page can help with that:
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_nav_menu)

    either way, you cannot use shortcodes the way he wants natively

    Thanks for the update benz1.

    Since there are only a few menu items and since i don’t know php, i’m going to do the menu items by hand for now.

    Thank you!

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