Menubar

Description

With Menubar you can easily build and manage single and multi-level menus for your WordPress site.

  • Use as menu items the homepage, the frontpage, a category or a category tree, a static page or a page tree, a tag archive or a tag list, a single post, a search box, or any URL, hard-coded or generated from a code snippet (see [1], [2], [3])

  • To display a menu, use the menubar shortcode or the Menubar widget, or insert a simple line of code in your child theme (see [1])

  • To style your menus, select one of the default Menubar templates, or your own customized template (see [1])

You can browse the documentation pages (below) or use the Live Preview button (top right).

  1. Menubar
  2. Menu Builder
  3. The Menubar PHP type

Installation

Standard installation, see Installing Plugins.

Reviews

Jawza 3, 2019
This is really helpful plugin! With the nice functionality and and simple interface. Thank you very much , you did a great job!
Miyzan 3, 2016
I really like this simple to use menu plugin but had a problem removing the old default menu from my theme. 15 mins after asking for support Andrea logged into my site and removed the old menu and then told me what had been done and how to improve it. I am blown away by this great support as technically the problem was with my theme and not this plugin! Thank you Andrea, I am very grateful
Miyzan 3, 2016
Very easy to customize and add/remove options to the menu at will.
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Contributors & Developers

“Menubar” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Menubar” has been translated into 1 locale. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

5.9.3

  • Expanded the documentation section

5.9.2

  • Fixed incompatibility with block themes

5.9.1

  • Fixed old bug that prevented Loco Translate from working properly

5.9

  • Removed vulnerability, see description in Wordfence

5.8.2

  • Fixed an incompatibility with PHP 8.0.0 that prevented adding items to an empty menu

5.8.1

  • Added suggestion to insert menus in a child theme, not in the parent theme

5.8

  • Removed insecure code – thanks to p7e4 via wpscan.com

5.7.2

  • Upgraded Superfish (by Joel Birch) to v1.7.10
  • No longer requires the Enable jQuery Migrate Helper plugin

5.7.1

  • Fixed two PHP 7.4 Notices

5.7

5.6.5

  • Fixed a few PHP 7 Warnings

5.6.4

  • Improved the Menubar widget
  • Fixed a few PHP Notices when deleting a menu

5.6.3

  • Removed trailing spaces from menu names

5.6.2

  • Updated for PHP 7

5.6.1

  • Improved the usability of the PHP menu item type

5.6

  • Added shortcode to display a menu in a post or page, or in a page builder text block
  • Added the plugin icon – thanks to Sebastian Rubio

5.5

  • Updated to use WP language packs

5.4

  • Updated for WordPress 4.3

5.3

  • Code cleanup to remove a number of PHP Notices

5.2

  • Fixed two more PHP Warnings: Creating default object from empty value

5.1

  • Fixed two PHP 5.4 Warnings: Creating default object from empty value

5.0

  • All the default Menubar templates are now included in the plugin folder, so you don’t have to download them separately

4.10

  • Fixed a compatibility bug with the qTranslate plugin

4.9

  • Enhanced the PHP item type, so you can dynamically generate both label and link of a menu item
  • Fixed a bug that prevented highlighting in the External and PHP types when a querystring was present

4.8

  • Added the PHP item type, so you can build your menu items dynamically with PHP code

4.7

  • Added the Exclude field to PageTree and CategoryTree types, so you can prevent one or more elements from being displayed
  • Added the Headings field to PageTree and CategoryTree types, so you can make one or more elements non clickable

4.6

  • Added the Tag and TagList types (only with new template versions)
  • Added the Depth field to PageTree and CategoryTree types, so you can choose how many tree levels to display

4.5

  • Added support for icons in menu items (only with new templates)
  • Fixed a bug affecting single and double quote characters that were incorrectly escaped

4.4

  • Improved performance moving the Menubar data from a DB table to a serialized option, so just a single DB call per page is needed

4.3

  • Fixed a bug affecting the Add Menu Item and Edit Menu Item forms in IE6 and IE7

4.2

  • Added support for the wp-config.php FORCE_SSL_ADMIN option
  • Added support for the new Superfish template

4.1

  • Improvements to the new template structure – older templates are supported as well
  • Added the Custom type to insert custom HTML in your menu (only with new templates)
  • The name of a menu item is automatically generated when the Name field is left blank (only with new templates)

4.0

  • New template structure for better customization – old templates are supported as well
  • Added the SearchBox type to integrate a search box in your menubar (only with new templates)
  • Moved the Menubar admin page under the Appearance admin menu

3.6

  • Improved the first installation procedure with more user-friendly messages

3.5

  • Added the Menubar widget to display a menu in a sidebar or widget area

3.4

  • Improved compatibility with the qTranslate plugin

3.3

  • Fixed a bug affecting menu names containing a space, and a bug in a special menu reordering case

3.2

  • Added more options to easily rearrange the order of your menu items

3.1

  • Menubar templates are now stored in the menubar-templates folder, so future automatic upgrades won’t overwrite your template customizations

3.0

  • First version hosted in the WordPress Plugin Directory