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I don't want to have the parent menu items of my site's nav menus linking to a separate page. For one thing I don't want to have a superfluous page. For another these links hobble site navigation for mobile users who can't "hover" over a link (to bring up the child items).

The best solution would be to disable the parent menu item links. But how do I do that, especially now that with WordPress 3.5 the Disable Parent Menu Item plugin has stopped working?

NOTE WELL: I'M SETTING UP THE ANSWER MY OWN QUESTION. THERE MAY BE SOME DELAY IN THE SYSTEM LETTING ME DO SO. If you'd like to preview the answer, you can look One possible solution is here.

I don't want to have the parent menu items of my site's nav menus linking to a separate page. For one thing I don't want to have a superfluous page. For another these links hobble site navigation for mobile users who can't "hover" over a link (to bring up the child items).

The best solution would be to disable the parent menu item links. But how do I do that, especially now that with WordPress 3.5 the Disable Parent Menu Item plugin has stopped working?

NOTE WELL: I'M SETTING UP THE ANSWER MY OWN QUESTION. THERE MAY BE SOME DELAY IN THE SYSTEM LETTING ME DO SO. If you'd like to preview the answer, you can look here.

I don't want to have the parent menu items of my site's nav menus linking to a separate page. For one thing I don't want to have a superfluous page. For another these links hobble site navigation for mobile users who can't "hover" over a link (to bring up the child items).

The best solution would be to disable the parent menu item links. But how do I do that, especially now that with WordPress 3.5 the Disable Parent Menu Item plugin has stopped working?

One possible solution is here.

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I don't want to have the parent menu items of my site's nav menus linking to a separate page. For one thing I don't want to have a superfluous page. For another these links hobble site navigation for mobile users who can't "hover" ofover a link (to bring up the child items).

The best solution would be to disable the parent menu item links. But how do I do that, especially now that with WordPress 3.5 the Disable Parent Menu Item plugin has stopped working?

NOTE WELL: I'M SETTING UP THE ANSWER MY OWN QUESTION. THERE MAY BE SOME DELAY IN THE SYSTEM LETTING ME DO SO. If you'd like to preview the answer, you can look here.

I don't want to have the parent menu items of my site's nav menus linking to a separate page. For one thing I don't want to have a superfluous page. For another these links hobble site navigation for mobile users who can't "hover" of a link (to bring up the child items).

The best solution would be to disable the parent menu item links. But how do I do that, especially now that with WordPress 3.5 the Disable Parent Menu Item plugin has stopped working?

NOTE WELL: I'M SETTING UP THE ANSWER MY OWN QUESTION. THERE MAY BE SOME DELAY IN THE SYSTEM LETTING ME DO SO. If you'd like to preview the answer, you can look here.

I don't want to have the parent menu items of my site's nav menus linking to a separate page. For one thing I don't want to have a superfluous page. For another these links hobble site navigation for mobile users who can't "hover" over a link (to bring up the child items).

The best solution would be to disable the parent menu item links. But how do I do that, especially now that with WordPress 3.5 the Disable Parent Menu Item plugin has stopped working?

NOTE WELL: I'M SETTING UP THE ANSWER MY OWN QUESTION. THERE MAY BE SOME DELAY IN THE SYSTEM LETTING ME DO SO. If you'd like to preview the answer, you can look here.

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How can I disable parent menu item links?

I don't want to have the parent menu items of my site's nav menus linking to a separate page. For one thing I don't want to have a superfluous page. For another these links hobble site navigation for mobile users who can't "hover" of a link (to bring up the child items).

The best solution would be to disable the parent menu item links. But how do I do that, especially now that with WordPress 3.5 the Disable Parent Menu Item plugin has stopped working?

NOTE WELL: I'M SETTING UP THE ANSWER MY OWN QUESTION. THERE MAY BE SOME DELAY IN THE SYSTEM LETTING ME DO SO. If you'd like to preview the answer, you can look here.