Support » Plugin: Suppamenu - WordPress Mega Menu » How to associate shortcode with its theme

  • Resolved daretoeatapeach

    (@daretoeatapeach)


    In your documentation, you say a menu can be inserted on any page using a shortcode (terrific! I don’t think anyone else offers this). However, you say to use only the shortcode: [suppa_menu]. The problem is that this code doesn’t say which of the Suppa_menu themes to use, so the shortcode just makes a basic list of links with no CSS.

    How do we link the shortcode to the theme, so that it shows up as a nav menu and not just a list of links?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/suppamenu-lite/

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  • Hey I just wanted to let you know I saw that you have this plugin for sale on Envato, so I went ahead and bought it. Since I’m bugging you for support I figure it’s the least I can do, and I can see you put a lot of work into this. =)

    Please let me know if you would prefer me to post this question elsewhere, e.g. the Envato forum or your own forum etc.

    I also come seeking information about integration in wordpress themes, about how placing multiple menus in the same page and do not get any return

    Sorry, I’ve found the Integration Tutorial: https://vamospace.com/docs/suppa/#page_4
    It’s very easy to do it.
    Thanks! =)

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