[wp-testers] Menu not saving correctly
graynotgrey at gmail.com
Wed May 5 00:47:05 UTC 2010
I can confirm that as of revision 14459 the menu WAS (not past tense) not
saving correctly. However, now the menus are finally saving as expected. I
have sub-menus or child menu contains both categories and pages and they are
staying where I put them. Woohoo! Adding and rearranging menu items is much
There are a few minor issues remaining:
All of the categories are displayed as top level categories despite that
some categories are sub-catgeories and should be indented underneath the
parent categories. The same is true for pages.
The posts menu link list in the View All tab is too long. It displays 50
posts at a time. That should porbably be around 15.
I would welcome the opportunity to be able a menu item out of the layout
frame in order to remove it instead of having to click to open the
properties menu and select Remove, but this may just me being lazy and
frequently testing the menu. Usually I would not be editing the menus that
often as far as I can foresee.
Otherwise, great work on the menus. It has really come along and is an
improvement on the WooThemes implementation.
On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 7:10 PM, ampt <notfornoone at gmail.com> wrote:
> I can confirm this, by adding a child page to a custom menu, then
> clicking save menu appears to do two things:
> 1. Once the menus page has reloaded, the Add Pages -> View All tab no
> longer shows pages in their hierarchy it is as if they are all top
> level pages.
> 2. Any top level page that has a child page and is listed (in the Add
> Pages -> View All tab) before the child page just added to the custom
> menu seems to get moved into the trash.
> On 5 May 2010 06:41, ron at web-eagle.com <ron at web-eagle.com> wrote:
> > Installed rev. 14450. Created parent-child menu. Upon saving everything
> > became a top level menu.
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