As a teacher who is using a wordpress blog as a CMS for my class, I congratulate you for this great pluggin. Yet, it is so great that I realised after trying to use it that it actually is too sophisticated for my simple needs, and that it confuses me in the use of my CMS/class blog. Therefore I decided to uninstall it. Unfortunately, once uninstalled, it seems that it created something in the menu in such a way that the menu doesn’t work anymore. Does it mean that once this pluggin is installed you have to stick with it even if you don’t need it in order to keep the menu working or is there a way to uninstall it and still have the menu nicely working just like before ?
Thanks for you help, I have been intensivelly working on this blog for one year, it is hours and hours of work spent on it by me and my students, and it would be very great if we could continue working with this blog just like before.
I have uninstalled and reinstalled the plugin a lot for testing purposes to debug the next releases and I have never come across this. In order for me to properly debug, I would need to know exactly what menu you’re talking about and some screenshots would be useful too.
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