This worked really well for me using Genesis Framework. I spent ages fiddling around with my own code, but everything I needed was here, for my main menu to run as a custom menu in the sidebar - lots of useful options, and well explained.
I had to dig into the css slightly to customise the graphic but that wasn't a problem.
The plugin hasn't been updated for a while, but hopefully it hasn't been forgotten about completely - it deserves to go on, and the developers well deserve the donation, in my opinion.
I tested a lot of plugins to get this simple thing running: expandable sidebar menus...
This is the only plugin that did the job, easy to use and with a good documentation.
Please, give it an update, even if you don't change the code, so it will not have this naughty comment: "not updated for 3 years". This stopps people from trying it.
thanks for that easy, but wonderful plugin.
Это, то что нужно! :)
Love it!! Work great.
Despite that it has not been updated in a while, it still works great.
This is the first time that I have used it. I am using a theme on one of my sites that creates many of its own widgets and it removes the default custom menu widget. I have tried using several other Menu widget plugins that were at the top of the search results. They worked, but the menus looked terrible. This one was recommended for the problem and it works very well. The default skins give you some alternate looks to the menu, as well, which is nice.
Work great... Really easy to customize... Love it.. Thanks for such a grat plugin.... :)
just a word: wow!
Using Genesis/Dynamik on WP 3.8 and seems all is well on localhost installs. I don't like the default skins but it's real easy to customize the skin's CSS and save as a new skin.
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