Support » Fixing WordPress » Custom Menus: Add CSS class to a specific entry

  • Resolved romanczar

    (@romanczar)


    Hi,
    I use wordpress 3 RC 2 and the new custom menu tool. Works great, I have the menu I want.

    But the last entry in my menu should get a different class than all the others. It is a download button and I want to mark it special.

    Any idea how I can do that? The Custom menu tool so far doesn’t give the opportunity to add custom CSS class, only label, title.

    I have seen a screenshot that does it, but it is not in the RC2
    http://wpengineer.com/wordpress-3-0-menu-update/

    Any ideas?

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  • Click on screen options, there’s some extra options there that use to be on by default, they’re now basically advanced features you need to enable.

    romanczar

    (@romanczar)

    THX!!! That helped.

    one more question: why is the page hierarchy not kept? You always get a flat list and not the page-child relations…

    any ideas?

    Sorry i have no idea, i don’t use the nav menus that much, only briefly on WordPress.com.

    I happened to read something recently about nav menu classes(and the more advanced stuff) being moved under screen options.

    RE: Nav menus – page hierarchy
    http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/13499

    Happy to help in any case… 🙂

    romanczar

    (@romanczar)

    They even just closed the ticket…

    jdegreef

    (@jdegreef)

    Where are the screen options ? I don’t see them in WP 3.0RC3 (btw not on RC2 neither).

    jdegreef

    (@jdegreef)

    Found it 🙂

    Answering my own question :
    In the upper right corner of the page Admin > Appearance > Menus

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