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comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
Yes, I will do that.
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comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
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comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
index.php of a theme
Sep
23
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
I use no plugin at all, nor did I add any JS to my theme/design yet.
Sep
23
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
That is a good point, but the results are still the same. ( I set items_wrap to 'j' )
Sep
23
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
Yes, I know. When I set 'items_wrap' to ' ', it should not print the menu items at all. But it does, as if it did not even consider the argument.
Sep
23
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
I just discovered that on a slovak keyboard layout, I can write it with Shift+Alt Gr+ 7 twice. <!-- start menu --> <div class="menu"><ul> <li class="page_item page-item-25"> link content </li> a few more list items </ul></div> <!-- end menu -->
Sep
22
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
Well, still the same result: comment > div > ul > li
Sep
22
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
Only one set. -- edit: Well it does the same with primary as with header-menu, so no problem there :D
Sep
22
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
That is an interesting tip. But, there is a <div> containing an <ul> containing the <li> menu items inbetween the comments, just like it should be.
Sep
22
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
On my server, the '<ul>' is not removed. I did not test with adding new menus, but I did try adding an '$after' string and of course, it did not work. Well this is a problem already.
Sep
22
comment wp_nav_menu does not take arguments?
Well yes, but anyways this thing is still a problem. If the "theme_location" does not work, it will be a big problem when I add another menu. And "items_wrap" is more powerful than just removing ul...