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[Resolved] [Plugin: JQuery Mega Menu Widget] custom skin file

  • Is there a way to protect Custom skin file from getting overwritten? if not this is a feature request:

    Maybe offering a skin ‘custom’ at the widget area and

    if ('skin-jquery' == 'custom') {
      is_file (get_stylesheet_directory() . '/jquery-vertical-mega-menu/skins/custom.css) {use it}
    }

    Well, I know this is not proper code, but I hope it helps to clear the idea.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jquery-mega-menu/

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  • bumrungrad
    Member

    @bumrungrad

    Hi,

    Currently no. All plugin files get overwritten on update.

    The best way is to add the CSS to your theme’s style sheet, which also minimizes the number of CSS files that have to be downloaded

    Sean Donovan
    Member

    @mrsdonovan

    I realize this thread is old, but google searches for Megamenu custom CSS end up here.

    The answer is actually yes – In the widget, set the menu to “No Theme” and then enqueue your own CSS for the relevant type of Megamenu (vertical or horizontal). For example, if you are trying to duplicate the advanced styling of the vertical menu demo, then download the example files here and enqueue the “vertical_menu.css”

    This works with the WordPress v3.4.2.

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