Show/hide menu items with conditional statements
Just what I was looking for. On menu item itself you simply set checkmark and add condition. Very handy. Thanks a lot
This plugin works just right! I was able to create different menus for different pages based off of the menu structure that was embedded in my theme!
Just what I was looking for, thank you!
Very useful plugin for anyone wanting to hide a login link in the menubar when a user is logged in. I'm sure there's many other uses, but this is what I am using it for.
Very easy to use, lightweight as well.
Thanks for a nice plugin
I am using it for a profile link. that appears only if the user is loged in.
This plugin really offers more than what it simply does. Love it!
I had no problems with this whatsoever. Just worked. Perfect experience.
Thank you, this is very helpful. I tried to try hide menu items on certain pages using css and it worked for a while but eventually broke my design a little bit. I tried several plugins that claimed to do what if-menu did but they fell short.
I had to add a conditional statement for my author page using is_author. I'm so used to writing is_author() and I broke the plugin using that. lol. I re-installed it, pulled out the () and it worked great :-).
I think I will hit up your support forum, as I have a few questions regarding adding more conditional statements to get more specific with certain pages. I assumed that is possible with if-menu.
Thanks again. Thumbs up!
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