Menu Management Enhancer for WordPress

LIVE PREVIEWBUY FOR $11

Struggling to work with large menus? Try the Menu Management Enhancer for WordPress

Play the Demo Video

The WordPress 3 Menu Management System is excellent, but it can be a bit cumbersome if you’re managing many menu items.  The Menu Management Enhancer for WordPress aims to improve the menu management user experience.
  • Manage large numbers of menu items with ease
  • Expand and collapse menu item trees
  •  Junlan $10 Off All Over $59.99
  • Quickly jump to any top level menu item
  • Enhanced drag & drop jump-to-item functionality
  • View menu item IDs
  • Child and descendant menu item counts at a glance
The Menu Management Enhancer is a back-end (it won&#8217;t affect anything your site visitors see) administrative utility for WordPress which improves your menu management experience.  It affects only the <strong>Appearance &gt; Menus</strong> screen.  If you have more menu items than fit on your screen, this plugin can enhance your menu management experience.

Try it with <a href="https://codecanyon.net/item/ubermenu-wordpress-mega-menu-plugin/154703">UberMenu &#8211; WordPress Mega Menu Plugin</a>!

Is your Appearance &gt; Menus Admin Panel running slowly in WordPress 3.6 or 3.7?  Try the <a href="http://wordpress.org/plugins/faster-appearance-menus/" rel="nofollow">Faster Appearance &gt; Menus plugin</a> (there is an inefficiency in WordPress core)

Requirements

  • WordPress 3.5+
  • jQuery 1.8.2+ (comes with WordPress 3.5+)
  • Use of the WordPress 3 Navigation Menu System
  • Use of a modern browser, like Firefox or Chrome. (It does seem to work with IE, but considering this is a back-end script, that won’t officially be supported. Just use Chrome ;) ).
Read the <a href="http://sevenspark.com/docs/menu-management-enhancer" rel="nofollow">Full Documentation</a>

Credits

<a href="http://christophercliff.github.com/sausage/" rel="nofollow">sausage.js</a> by Christopher Cliff

Changelog

v1.2

* Replaced deprecated jQuery .size() function with .length for compatibility with future jQuery versions


Source

Related posts