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When using wp_nav_menu how do I make it so 'after' => does not show on the last element of the list?

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You can hide it with CSS. For example, if your after looks like:

<?php wp_nav_menu(array('after' => '<span>|</span>')); ?>

Then your css:

.menu-item-num span { display: none; }
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$('#menu-top-menu-1').children().last().each( function(){
    var endHtml = $(this).html().replace('<text you want to replace>','<text to replace it with>');         
    $(this).html(endHtml);
});
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  • Can't edit, but also need to change #menu-top-menu-1 to your menu ID
    – Jeff
    Mar 1 '11 at 20:44
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While this can be done with JS, it might be more tidy to use wp_nav_menu filter, through which final output of menu is passed before returning/echoing.

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  • 2
    You should expound on this Feb 28 '13 at 4:00
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Found this on another Answer

https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/a/105562/105 , but this question came up first when searching; so cross linking for future searchers

add_filter('wp_nav_menu','replace_last_nav_item',100,2);
function replace_last_nav_item($items, $args) {
  return substr_replace($items, '', strrpos($items, $args->after), strlen($args->after));
}

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