Some WordPress installs use very elaborate navigation systems powered by core Menus. They’re a fantastic feature that can often make or break a theme. Menus aren’t very portable out of the box, however. If you’re looking to make a change to a Menu you’re pretty much working live without a quick way to revert back to an old version. That’s where Duplicate Menu comes in.
Duplicate Menu will allow you to create a second (or third, or fourth, etc.) copy of an existing Menu to do with what you will. It generates the clone on a programmatic level and recreates all necessary relationships to ensure the structure is retained as well.
Find out more information in my explanatory article on Duplicate Menu
- Download the plugin and extract the files
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Fixes Deprecation Warning
- Change capability to
- Added some inline documentation
- Fixed link in readme
- Updated screenshot
duplicate_menu_itemaction, allowing devs to bolt on custom functionality
- Removed anonymous function call to support PHP <5.3 installs
- Added link to GitHub, please contribute!
- Initial release