[wp-hackers] wp_nav_menu too simplistic?

John O'Nolan john.wp at onolan.org
Tue Apr 6 15:59:05 UTC 2010

As far as I know this functionality has existed from the very start

Your email was a little dramatic


On 6 Apr 2010, at 16:42, Otto wrote:

> Anybody figured out how to use the new menus system to create a
> dropdown menu? Generally I use this code in my top menus:
> wp_list_pages('title_li=&depth=2&sort_column=menu_order');
> Which creates a nested LI-UL-LI type of system out of top-level pages
> and their children. With this, I can then easily use CSS hovers to
> make it into a dropdown menu. You can do something similar with
> wp_list_categories.
> But the new menu system doesn't seem to have any way to do this sort
> of thing. Or, at least, I haven't figured out a way yet. I thought it
> was going to be more like widgets instead, where you have different
> types of things you can drag onto a menu.
> Basically, the new menus system just looks way too simplistic to me .
> If the new menu system isn't as capable as the standard ways of doing
> things, then why would a theme author ever implement it?
> -Otto
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