Hi! I just tried to add a new page as a sub-menu on my Navigation Menu. I dragged and dropped the page under the appropriate parent menu, but when I “saved menu” it just shifted everything under that category back to the left. Now my navigation menu is entirely messed up and I can’t figure out how to fix it. The drag and drop feature is not working when I try to save menu.
I have deactivated all plug-ins, tried changing the theme, and nothing seems to help. Any advice please?
Hi, I feel for you, had this (and other) issues myself.
Have a look here – http://wordpress.org/support/topic/custom-menu-issues-2?replies=11
Hi! Thanks for your response! I switched the browser that I was using and that seemed to fix the problem for now. Again, I appreciate the help!
In WordPress, I suddenly – i.e. WITHOUT ANY changes! To Anything! – lost the ability to drag and drop Widgets. Again, NO CHANGES, so don’t EVEN offer any standard answers like ‘It’s now an option in Settings’, etc.
After poking around, I found a semi-solution. In the ‘Admin’ login mode at WordPress, I clicked on ‘Screen Options’ in the upper right, then in the upper middle of the page, I clicked on “Enable accessibility mode” and it would let me edit the widgets manually without having to drag them.
This still doesn’t answer why I can’t drag and drop the Widgets. Interestingly, I still can drag and drop them at another website’s WordPress Admin page, so that MIGHT mean it’s a WordPress issue, but again, why did it stop working from one click to the next with no changes, and how do we fix it? I don’t know!
EDIT – BTW, for future reference it’s really better to start a new thread rather than posting in one that is already marked resolved.
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