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I'm familiar with WordPress and using the WordPress menu system. But I'm looking for a way to add custom HTML to wp_nav_menu.

I'm trying to create a menu like this: http://www.achievers.com/

Notice how the drop down menu under products contains a image and a link. I'd like to re-create this. I've looked at a few plugins, but would rather code it.

I don't mind hard coding the image and link, but I'd like to keep the flexibility of using WordPress to manage the menus.

Any ideas?

Thanks for reading Stephen Meehan

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look in the related column to the right or search this site for "walker" –  Milo Sep 3 '12 at 16:14
    
Thanks I'll take a look at these posts this evening. –  Stephen Meehan Sep 4 '12 at 7:53

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Please check out this similar question with two directions you could use to solve your problem:

Adding html elements to wp nav menu

I would try using either the wp_get_nav_menu_items() function or try using the 'wp_nav_menu_items' filter.

An easier solution (If you do not want to do much coding) would be to use The Uber Menu Plugin. wpmegamenu.com/ I have used this on projects before and have been quite pleased.

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Thanks Douglas, I'll take a look later today. I've spotted the megamenu plugin (might end up using it). –  Stephen Meehan Sep 4 '12 at 7:54

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