[Support request] Item secondaire de menu

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  • #1223301
    GIL ANTOLI

    Hello,
    It seems to me to have noted a defect in your theme.
    When I create a “parent” page the link on this page is displayed in the navigation bar of the corresponding menu.
    If now I create a child page of this parent page, I add a parent attribute to the previous page. In the widget “page” I can see the hierarchy of the pages but not in the unfolding of the link of the parent page. Now when I go as an admin to see the menu structure, I can see the hierarchy but when I assign it in the menu it is positioned as the primary and not secondary item of the parent page item. This situation bothers me because I do not want to give an administrator role to the editors of the site.
    Thanking you
    Michel GIL ANTOLI
    PS if you want to see the site, you must notify me so that I can open it.

    #1223704
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Please disable the maintenance mode so we can see the issue.

    Thanks!

    #1223729
    GIL ANTOLI

    it is done

    #1223766
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Sorry I’m quite lost.

    What is the issue here?

    Any chance you can show a couple of screenshots of what I should be looking at?

    You can use a service like this:
    https://postimages.org/

    #1223864
    GIL ANTOLI

    Here is the picture.

    https://i.postimg.cc/SNSD25Dm/image.png

    I would like that with an editor role we can reproduce the tree structure in the pink menu as in the widget “pages”

    #1224235
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    WordPress itself doesn’t allow for sub-menus to be generated automatically.

    However, you might be able to use a plugin like this to allow editors to edit the menus: https://wordpress.org/plugins/editor-menu-and-widget-access/

    #1224865
    GIL ANTOLI

    Hello and thank you for your answer.

    Overall extension:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/editor-menu-and-widget-access/
    does the job. But that does not completely solve my problem since the editor has admin rights on the menus and can manage them instead of the site designer.
    Unless I’m mistaken, it seems to me that it is up to the GP theme to manage the reproduction of the hierarchy on the menu according to the parameters supplied via the page “attribute” when designing the page.
    Regards

    #1225516
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    That’s not how the WordPress menu system works, unfortunately.

    Everything in the menu is handled by WordPress in the “Appearance > Menus” area of your Dashboard.

    They have an option to automatically add top-level menu items, but that won’t help in this case.

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