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WordPress Custom Menu / Extended Menu

Wordpress Custom Menu / Extended Menu

This option is enabled by default and requires WP 3.0 or greater. To configure, goto WP Admin → Appearance → Menus → Create your menu and select your Custom Menu in the top left hand corner (Theme Locations).

Drop Panel Menu Item

To initiate the Drop Panel using WP Custom Menu, got to WP Admin → Appearance → Menus and click "Screen Options" (Top Right) and switch on "CSS Classes". Now create a new Custom Link with the URL left as http:// and give the link a name e.g. Contact Us.

Once the link is added to the menu, you need to remove the URL and paste droppaneltrigger into the CSS Classes field. Now your menu item will act as a drop panel trigger.

Main Menu Description

To add a menu description simply add text to the "Title Attribute".

Extended Menu

The Extended Menu allows the user to have more than one column within the drop down menus.

To enable this feature, make sure the user has 'Wordpress Custom Menus' enabled. If unsure, navigate to 'Header Settings' and find 'Wordpress Custom Menus' and enable it.

After this, navigate to Apperance → Menus.

Click on 'Screen Options' at the top right of the page and check the box for 'CSS Classes'. Close 'Screen Options'

To enable Extended Menus, click on a top menu and add in the correct text, as stated below. CSS Classes can only be added to the top menus.

By default there is 1 column. By adding in the text extended-menu this enables a full-width menu. Each child menu item you add under this menu item will act as a column.

Enabling Descriptions

To enable descriptions, go to 'Screen Options' within 'Menus' and check the Descriptions check box. Go back into General Settings → WordPress Custom Menu → Enable WP Custom Menu Descriptions and check Enable. This will allow descriptions to be shown. Save and continue.

By default, WordPress automatically assigns a description. To remove this, naviagate back to Apperance → Menus and expand the desired child menu. Delete the exsisting description and add your own in. This could be an image gallery shortcode for example. Once descriptions are enabled, each child menu will have a description. The user will have to go through and delete the unwanted descriptions. Not all shortcodes are designed to be placed within the Extended Menus.

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Tracking Code / Google Analytics

Tracking / Head Scripts

Place your google analytics code or any other code that requires to be placed within the <head> and before the closing </head> tag into the following location:

AppearanceTheme OptionsHeaderTracking Code

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Adding a Favicon

Adding a Favicon

A favicon is the small icon that appears to the left of the address within the address bar.

To add a favicon simply enter the URL of your image. It can be in either .ico or .png format.

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Branding Image

Branding Image

If you wish to upload your logo, please enter the URL of your image. Alternatively if you haven't uploaded one already select the Upload button and upload your logo to the media library then copy the URL of the image in the box.

If this is left empty the theme will automatically display the Blog Title and Tagline – set in Settings → General.

Branding Image (Primary) URL

The Primary branding option is your default Branding. It can be selected from within the Appearance → Themes → Customize → Header → Branding Version.

Branding Image (Secondary) URL

The secondary option is useful if for example, a dark skin setting is present and the primary branding option is not suitable.

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Header Infobar Message

If content is added to the Infobar it will automatically appear at the top of all pages. The Infobar can also be enabled for individual pages, see page options.

Content

The content can contain HTML and Shortcodes.

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Drop Panel / Search

Drop Panel

Enable or Disable the Drop Panel option. By default the Drop Panel is enabled.

Drop Panel Columns

Select upto 4 columns for the Drop Panel area. Drag and drop widgets into the columns within WP → Appearance → Widgets → Drop Panel Columns

Search

Enable or Disable the search section, by default this option is Enabled.

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