OpenMenu WP Plugin – How Do I Remove a Menu Name Header
How do i remove a menu name header in the OpenMenu WordPress plugin?
I have two types of menus – Special Luncheon Menu and All-Day Menu. I put in the shortcode that directs a user to the Special Luncheon Menu’s “combinations” group name. It displays the menu items perfectly fine. HOWEVER, the menu listing continues to display the “All-Day Menu” header and the footer “(**NO CHECKS, DEBIT CARDS, OR DISCOVER CARDS ACCEPTED.**)” at the bottom of the page.
Of course, there are NO “All-Day Menu” items to display. So how do I break or stop the listing from bleeding into the next menu?
Use the menu filter too to filter out that specific Menu you want to display only. So basically you’ll use a combination of both a group and menu filter.
Are you talking about the menu_filter shortcode? if so, this is what i already have:
[openmenu omf_url=”http://openmenu.com/menu/mywebsite” menu_flter=special luncheon menu group_filter=combinations]
is the code above correct? does it have to be in a certain order?
the shortcode above is posted on a page (not a post). also, what’s weird is the code above says “menu_flter” which excludes the letter “i” and it seems to display the Special Luncheon Menu (with it still bleeding into the All-Day Menu header only, which is what i would like removed). HOWEVER, when I add the letter “i” it doesn’t display anything at all. it’s really weird
OR, are you talking about the “OpenMenu Filter” widget? If so, I noticed that it DOES list just the Special Luncheon Menu’s “Combintations” group, but how do I get it OUT of the sidebar and into a post/page?
sorry, not too savy with WP, nor OM…thank you!
menu_filter and group_filter need quotes around what you are filtering. Also, your omf_url is not valid – nothing should be showing.
Sorry, but it’s too hard to troubleshoot without you showing exactly what you are using.
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