It’s not possible at the moment sorry. It’s a complex task which I’m looking to outsource as a completely standalone “MMM Importer/Exporter” plugin.
Maybe you can help with some sticking points:
If you have pages in the exported menu that don’t exist on the destination site, what do you think should happen? (Should those pages be created automatically?)
What should happen if you export instances of widgets from the source site that aren’t installed on the destination site?
(these are just some of the problems with importing/exporting data that relies on other data being present in the destination database)
a) – Yes
b) – I think this is up to the user and their talent. In my case, I would create a raw skeleton menu to export, without the e.g., categories, tags, extra stuff, etc. so that I have a template kind of environment, and only *then* would I finalize the final menu according to the site it is on.
Kind of like a template, which would save a lot of time that would only require fine-tuning to the next site.
I hope this makes sense.
thanks for your reply.
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