Expand the wp_nav_menu() function by adding menu items to the output with the add_filter() function.
In this third installment in the upgrade to wp_nav_menu() series of posts, I will be dealing with moving from wp_list_categories() to wp_nav_menu(). Let’s start with the same basic outline and list the default options for each function. We will start with wp_nav_menu() 1 first: We follow with wp_list_categories() 2, 3 which is often wrapped in … ∞
A few options to address and with possibly a minor edit to the theme, you can upgrade wp_list_pages() easily to wp_nav_menu() in your theme.
Upgrading from wp_page_menu() to wp_nav_menu() may be as easy as a simple find and replace operation.
How to create a strike-through text effect with an HTML tag or CSS.
The login username for a WordPress self-hosted installation can be changed. Just follow these steps.
Making a template tag for standard plugins using the built-in WordPress function the_widget().
Installing a WordPress plugin with step-by-step instructions and pictures.
How to show an ellipsis when the font-family does not … use the HTML entity reference, or the numeric character reference.