The Menu to Page Display was written to allow users to easily display a wordpress menu within a page without knowing PHP or editing template files.
Add the shortcode in a post or page, then add your menu slug to the attribute menu_name and use the arguments to include / exclude extra information as necessary. I’ve also added some extra options to display something more than just the title: include_date, include_excerpt, and image_size.
See the WordPress Codex for information on using the arguments.
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Add the shortcode to a post or page.
- So the shortcode [menu-display] will not work by itself?
No. You have to include at least the menu_name attribute. If you have created a wordpress menu called “My awesome menu” your shortcode will be [menu-display menu_name=”my-awesome-menu”].
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