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  • Plugin Author Robert Noakes

    (@rnoakes3rd)

    Thank you, @erickm33! Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any issues with the plugin.

    Hi Roberts @rnoakes3rd,

    As I do for the DOM ID to accept more than one ID, that is, I can put for example: 2945, 2947, 2949. Thanks for your help!

    Plugin Author Robert Noakes

    (@rnoakes3rd)

    The DOM ID is meant to be a single element identifier and cannot contain spaces to be valid. Additional information can be obtained at https://mathiasbynens.be/notes/html5-id-class. Do you have a sample website where I could see your implementation in-action?

    I have not yet published the page, since I have it in localhost, when I have the list I show it to you. As far as ID is concerned, you are absolutely right. But I need to do a validation. Because I want to display a custom menu if and only if it shows me the id 2945 or 2947 or 2949 or 2951. I hope you can help me. Thank you so much!

    Plugin Author Robert Noakes

    (@rnoakes3rd)

    That sounds like it goes outside the functionality provided by the Nav Menu Manager. Please do let me know when you have something to show and I could look into it for you.

    Maybe I’m wasting time on something that can be made simpler, I explain, look at this website: http://luxartists.net/directors-photography/ There you see a normal menu on the left, but when you choose one of the names From the center of the web a menu is displayed in the bottom left. That menu is maintained whenever I navigate within the information.

    I am currently working in my localhost environment with the template they use in that same web, but the template does not allow that dependent menu. What are you suggesting? Because I’m seeing it very complex and maybe it’s simpler than I think.

    Thank you very much!

    Plugin Author Robert Noakes

    (@rnoakes3rd)

    @erickm33,

    Sounds like you will have to add some custom code to the theme used on the local version of your site. The Nav Menu Manager is meant for maintenance of menus, but adding those menus to a theme still requires theme development and implementation. Being a full-time WordPress developer, this is something I could assist on an hourly basis. Let me know if you would like to explore that.

    Thank you,
    Robert

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