In my last post, I talked about how to add a custom meta box with a custom link to WordPress navigation menus. Several times, I mentioned how I needed to add a specific class to that link for WishList Login 2.0, so that I could find that link later and do stuff with it. This is the part where we “do stuff” with that link. Specifically, we’re going to hook into the navigation menu before it displays, find our link and change its display based on the current user’s login status. Here’s what it looks like: So, if they’re logged
When I created WishList Login 2.0, I wanted to an easy way for users to add a dynamic login/logout link to their navigation menus. As simple as it sounds, it’s not something you can do natively in WordPress and we can requests for this kind of thing all the time. In WishList Login 1.0, I had added an entire admin interface in the plugin settings that had all the necessary options for creating the link, editing its text, setting its position, and so on. Of course, this was before WordPress added menus, so I didn’t have much choice… but, now
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