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[Resolved] inserting the site map from Enhanced Menu Editor into page??

  • Hi,

    I’d like to insert the site map that Marcus Pope’s ‘Enhanced Menu Editor’ plugin creates into a page, to show as my site map. I believe that Marcus is really busy at present with a new baby, so would really appreciate any ideas from anyone who has perhaps used this plugin?

    So the problem is: I have the ‘site map’ set up in my menus (basically as another menu) and I would like to put some short-code into a page to show it for my site (currently a local test site) as a site map page.

    I’m probably missing something really, really obvious here… I can use it in a sidebar using the ‘Custom Menu’ widget, but then of course it becomes a very long sidebar! So any ideas as to what the short-code would be to call up a specific menu?

    Obviously not a really urgent issue, but it seems a great way to easily generate an updated version of a site map page.

    Thanks, in anticipation!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/plugins/

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  • OK, I forgot about helpful plugins! have now found a nice simple one that does the trick – ‘Show Menu Shortcode’ by Bob Matsuoka.
    Unfortunately it overides my font-style, and I can’t find the bit of css to correct it. I’ve tried:

    #menu-site_map-container .menu-site_map .menu {
    	font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif !important;
    }' in all its permutations, and

    #nav_menu-2 .widget widget_nav_menu #menu-site_map-container .menu-site_map.menu {
    font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif !important;
    }` again in lots of combinations.

    Any ideas – or comments if I’ve mad some obvious coding errors??

    Thanks.

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