@Lilly thanks a lot for your consideration, and for pointing out the new component for group, I will check it out for sure.
added a new option to hide the Docs link in top section. will be removing the font formatting options soon (and maybe putting them in a separate TC).
Wonderful work! Would it be possible to add an option to hide just the “All Categories” item? Thanks!
thanks @davidkingham. you can do this in common css of a theme or component.
when i update this component fully (and i plan to this coming week), i will add options to not display any link an admin can specify, not just the sections.
Is there a way to hide one section from anon users and another one from authenticated users?
I have a custom section defined with Latest, New, Unread, Top and Bookmarks. While all these works for logged in authenticated users, New, Unread and Bookmarks do not work for Anon users.
So I’m trying to figure out how to disable those 3 links for Anon users. One way is to have separate custom sections for anon users and authenticated users. Otherwise is there a way to disable specific links within custom sections for Anon users?
I’ve done something similar (Hide two sections from logged in), and I just installed two copies of the theme component to make it work.
I think you do this with my group navigation menu sections theme componenet:
Can you please elaborate on how do you installed 2 copies and how you configured them separately for anon and logged in users?
Just have one configured for one section (Say, the anon one), then Install the theme component again, and say yes when it asks if you’re sure (since it’s already installed). Then configure the second one for the second section (here, the logged in one). Make sure you apply both of them to your themes!
When I see the UI, the key issue here is there is only box to enter the names of the custom sections to hide which applies to both anon and logged in users.
If you could add separate box of custom sections to hide for anon users and separate box for custom section to hide for logged in users, this would allow us to have a custom sections for anon and logged in users and simplify the entire process. (I love your menu sections plugin but that’s an overkill for this simple use case).
I will make you a theme component for the show custom section for anon. Just give me about an hour.
Edit: @RBoy here you go:
This component does both functions you asked: allows a menu section to be specifically visible for anon users and/or a section visible to logged-in users.
Let me know if you need help installing this theme component.
Greetings! This is an exceptional component I’m already making use of .
Is it conceivable to append additional settings for the selection of certain categories in the sidebar? At present, the administrator does not have (or at least, I have not found such an option in the admin settings) the ability to specify which categories should be displayed in the sidebar, and which should not.
Perchance my next query doesn’t pertain to this particular facet of the subject, necessitating the drafting of an autonomous post, yet I find myself confronted with the ensuing conundrum:
Aside from categories, is it feasible to incorporate into the sidebar a similar dropdown list of subcategories with an arrow? .
*The designation of the segment within the lateral console.)
-- Category 1 (
- Subcategory 1
- Subcategory 2
-- Category 1 (
- Subcategory 1
- Subcategory 2
This is in admin-settings-
default navigation menu categories and there is also one for tags called
default navigation menu tags if you have tagging enabled:
Note that users can override this in their own category sections of the menu with their own pencil icon (next to the category header).
It is also worth noting that the sidebar menu was renamed “navigation menu” in most places in core and documentation, so using sidebar in the settings search is likely going to give incomplete results.
I don’t know but it would more than likely require a custom plugin if it is at all possible.
This component needs an update and I plan to do this later in the week.
Thank you It appears that I have overlooked this particular point.
No problem @Aizada_M I am glad I could help. This is a common question that I always have a link to a solution ready for.
Wow you’re amazing. Yes I should be able to install it using the instructions in the first post.
I thought you were updating the current sidebar modifier plugin to add the extra box in this plugin itself. Would it possible to add the extra box to this plugin itself rather than having a whole separately plugin (sorry didn’t mean to have you create something brand new).
I will combine them later this week when I update the Navigation Menu Modifier component. I have an open project on this but for now use the separate one I made for anon users. The reason is mostly because there have been some changes in core since I built this one that I need to adjust for and I want to split out the formatting from the functionality options. There is a bit too much going on in this component and it needs some TLC
This TC is now deprecated in favour of the Navigation Menu Display Control theme component. Please use that one instead for the functional changes. I will be making a new one for formatting menu sections in the next couple of days, which will replace the formatting overrides this one provides.