Navigation Menu is a theme feature introduced with Version 3.0. WordPress includes an easy to use mechanism for introducing customised navigation menus into a theme. In order to incorporate menu support into your theme, you need to add a few code segments to your theme files.

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Styling child custom menu pages

I have a custom menu created using Appearance > Menus which contains top level and child pages. I would like to be able to indent my child level pages to give some sort of visual hierarchy to the ...
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How can I remove a menu item programmatically?

I'm using the built in menu manager to create my menues and I disaply them by using wp_nav_menu(). I'm wondering, is it possible to remove certain menu items from being displayed based on some ...
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Dynamic User State & City selection

I need to implement a state-city selection for my users to choose from. Where they first choose their state and then there is a city drop down field that shows only the cities in that state. ...
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Add a “has-children” class to body tag?

I need to add a "has-children" class to the tag if the current page's or post's menu item in fact has children. As this "logic" has to work with Pages, Posts, Categories etc. menu items it seems it ...
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Auto add pages to category menu

I have created a custom post type called Products, on the product pages i have a menu in the left sidebar. This menu is made up of categories for the products. Is it possible to have my products ...