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If you want to get the corresponding post ID's from a given menu id, try: $menu_id = 'mymenu'; $items = wp_get_nav_menu_items( $menu_id ); $ids = ( $items ) ? wp_list_pluck( $items , 'object_id' ) : array(); where you have to modify the $menu_id to your needs.
I believe your question is about creating a "favicon". This is a small image that is served up by your site and appears on each browser tab you may have opened. The WordPress Codex lists a convenient step-by-step on creating a favicon. http://codex.wordpress.org/Creating_a_Favicon Creating a Favicon A favicon can be created using any graphics/image ...
I'm new to WordPress myself, but I think answering questions is a good way to learn. There may be a way to use hooks, but I couldn't figure that out, so went ahead with directly editing header.php. I tried the following: From Appearance, Menus, I added a new menu and named it Vert_Menu_test I chose to add the menu to the top left corner of my test site: ...
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