This is a lightweight plugin to add a dynamic submenu of taxonomy items into a WordPress menu. It is known to work with Nav Menu Roles.
Caution is indicated if trying to use it with a theme, or menu plugin, that makes significant changes to the default WordPress menu.
Simply activating the plugin will, by default, add a category sub-menu to your primary menu. The settings screen can be reached either via the settings link on the Installed Plugins page, or via the Dynamic Taxonomy option on the Appearence menu.
The settings screen will enable you to control things like:
- Which menu the sub-menu is added to, default is the primary menu.
- Which taxonomy is displayed, default is categories.
- The title used for the sub-menu, default is ‘Articles’.
- The position in the menu, default is to appear as the second menu item.
- The maximum number of items on the submenu, default is 7.
- Listing order of the sub-menu items, available is Term Name, Post Count (default), and Term ID.
- Which terms to exclude from the list, default is none.
- Whether to include an item count on the sub-menu, default is yes.
- Items can also be limited by the count, ie: nothing with a count of less then N. Default is 0.
If you wish to contribute, this plugin is can be found on Github.
If you have an issue or question, the author can contacted on the WordPress support forum(insert url here) or via opening an issue on GitHub.
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