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  • rosie18

    (@rosie18)


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    Hi,

    I have been updating content on our site, and mistakenly updated an old plugin which has changed the appearance of the menu on our home page. The plugin is called Pixopoint Menu Plugin (version 0.6.30). It has not been updated in about 4 years.

    While the functionality of menu has remained the same it significantly changed the appearance of the menu bar.

    I’d like to know how I can change this back, or alter the new menu to resemble the old?
    Or if possible – go back a version of the plugin, to restore the menu as it was.

    Thanks,
    Rosie

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  • Ryan Hellyer

    (@ryanhellyer)

    I’m the developer of that plugin. It hasn’t been updated, but I do still keep any eye on it to make sure nothing goes wrong.

    The plugin shouldn’t change it’s appearance on upgrading, so I don’t really understand how that could occur.

    The data for it’s styling is stored in an option in the database, so installing from a backup will allow you get the CSS back. There is a menu item in the backend which you can use to access that CSS directly.

    Ryan Hellyer

    (@ryanhellyer)

    I guess if the plugin wasn’t updated in an absolutely enormous period of time, then perhaps you skipped so many versions that the database info actually changed and backwards compatibility had already been removed. My suggestion above about accessing the data via backup would help you work around that, as you could simply copy and paste the CSS into the settings panel for the current version of your site.

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