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  • Resolved Vitzkrieg

    (@vitzkrieg)


    I just installed this on my multisite and I am getting no text for the list items. When I change it to the drop down it has for each “#[post_id] (no title)”.

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  • Plugin Author linux4me2

    (@linux4me2)

    I don’t use multisite, and consequently haven’t tested the plugin with it, so the problem you are seeing is most likely due to that, though it could be a conflict with another plugin or theme.

    All the Menu In Post plugin really does is use a shortcode to add a menu using modified WordPress functions, and from what I’ve found searching the Internet, shortcodes in plugins and multisite may have issues.

    I found this post with a workaround (enable the plugin on all sites to use the plugin on a subsite) as well as a suggested fix.

    I would try the following to see if it works if you don’t want to enable the plugin on all sites.

    Edit the file menu-in-post.php (on single site, it’s in wp-content/plugins/menu-in-post), and add:

    
    Network: True
    

    to the end of the comments at the top so it looks like this:

    
    /**
     * Plugin Name: Menu In Post
     * Description: A simple but flexible plugin to add menus to a post or page.
     * Author: linux4me
     * Author URI: https://profiles.wordpress.org/linux4me
     * Text Domain: menu-in-post
     * Version: 1.1.8
     * License: GPL3
     * License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0-standalone.html
     * Network: True
     */
    

    After you’ve modified and saved the file, activate the plugin from the Network Admin. According to what I’ve found, that should make the shortcodes used by Menu In Post active on all your sites.

    I can’t test this, but the main thing is that if you try the fix, you want a network install of the plugin, and the modification to the file adding “Network: True”.

    Please let me know what you find out.

    Thread Starter Vitzkrieg

    (@vitzkrieg)

    That didn’t fix it unfortunately. I had it Network Enabled already. I disabled it, updated it, enabled it again and no changes.

    Plugin Author linux4me2

    (@linux4me2)

    So you’ve got the plugin network enabled, you’ve added the “Network: True” to the plugin file menu-in-post.php, and still get the same result?

    Have you tried the other option, enabling the plugin on all subsites–even the ones where you don’t need it–to see what effect that has?

    Thread Starter Vitzkrieg

    (@vitzkrieg)

    I figured it out. It wasn’t your plugin but a ‘the_title’ filter in my theme that was removing the text in the links.

    Plugin Author linux4me2

    (@linux4me2)

    Good work!

    Does my plugin work for you in multisite without the “Network: True” set?

    Thread Starter Vitzkrieg

    (@vitzkrieg)

    Yes, no issues on multisite without it

    Plugin Author linux4me2

    (@linux4me2)

    Excellent. That’s important information. I’m glad you got things figured out.

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