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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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The following is a solution, though uses extra PHP processing... <?php $options = array( 'echo' => false, 'theme_location' => 'buttons', 'items_wrap' => '%3$ …
answered Aug 20 '18 by Robert Andrews
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How do I mix HTML element types for a two-menu navbar? I am building a WordPress theme with Bootstrap 4. WordPress' menu contents should be sourced from the Menus options, output in to a Bootstrap …
asked Aug 20 '18 by Robert Andrews
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I am using this Bootstrap 4 Navwalker, bs4navwalker, to step through my WordPress menu items and generate a navbar, like... Single level - works <?php wp_nav_menu([ 'menu' = …
asked Jul 18 '18 by Robert Andrews
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How can I filter the presentation of menu items to add classes to anchors? I already have the code below, in which I leverage the per-item "Description" field set in WordPress admin's Menus creator … . But it's a bit of a hack, and it doesn't leverage the "CSS Classes (optional)" field available in the Menus creator. Other methods I have seen filter to add classes to <li>. Instead, I want to add …
asked Jul 18 '18 by Robert Andrews
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WordPress' Menu constructor allows you to apply custom "CSS Classes" to menu items... However, those classes are applied to the list item which wraps anchors, and not to anchors themselves... <li …
asked Oct 12 '18 by Robert Andrews
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I am using bs4navwalker, a script to output WordPress nav menus with proper Bootstrap formatting. In fact, rather than the usual wp-bootstrap-navwalker, I am using bs4navwalker, a variant. Here is …
asked Mar 11 '17 by Robert Andrews
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Answer from elsewhere has it: "Write the div with class "collapse navbar-collapse" as html-code and set "container" to false in your array. After that you can call two different menus within the …
answered Mar 11 '17 by Robert Andrews