Hi there Nick,
We use this plugin all the time, however we’ve run into one issue I’m hoping you might be able to help with. . .
The issue arises when we try to use your plugin in conjunction with the Responsive Select Menu Plugin (http://wordpress.org/plugins/responsive-select-menu/). This plugin automatically creates a select menu mimicking the normal navigation, and then displays it (and hides the normal nav) at low screen widths. The issue is that the Responsive Select Menu plugin operates by using the ‘wp_nav_menu_args’ filter, which normally gets triggered when WP outputs a menu. The issue is that your plugin bypasses this action and outputs the menu manually.
So, I’m curious if you have ideas on how I might be able to utilize both of these plugins at the same time. I love the auto-outputting menu you’ve created, and would love to be able to quickly implement responsive menus alongside it. Any ideas? Plans for integrating this functionality? Thoughts?
Thanks a ton!
I’m starting to research the same issue and wp_nav_menu with Responsive Select Menu plugin. Did you find a solution or alternate path?
Unfortunately I never did find a good solution. I’m thinking of writing a simple jQuery plugin to do this though – is this something that would be useful to you? Ideally, the plugin would allow you to choose class/ID selector for which to apply the select, as well as the breakpoint at which you’d like the switch to occur.
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