It makes adding login, login/logout, registration, password reset links to your WordPress navigation menu easy.
Also, it supports the addition of ProfilePress edit profile form and front-end profile page links.
Plugin is open source on GitHub. Issues and pull requests are welcome.
If you own ProfilePress PRO — a plugin that makes building custom login, registration, password reset, edit profile forms and front-end user profile stupidly simple — you can as well use this plugin to add its front-end profile and edit profile page links to WordPress menu.
Note: WordPress default login, registration and password reset links will automatically be overridden by their respective ProfilePress custom pages.
This is a rewritten fork of Login Logout Menu plugin with a better architected codebase.
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Imagens de tela
Installing this plugin is just like any other WordPress plugin.
Navigate to your WordPress “Plugins” page, inside of your WordPress dashboard, and follow these instructions:
- In the search field enter WordPress Navigation Menu Links. Click “Search Plugins”, or hit Enter.
- Select WordPress Navigation Menu Links and click either “Details” or “Install Now”.
- Once installed, click “Activate”.
Have any question, shoot us a mail via support[at]profilepress.net
Colaboradores e desenvolvedores
“Navigation Menu Links” é um software com código aberto. As seguintes pessoas contribuíram para este plugin.Colaboradores
Registro de alterações
- Added customizer menu support.
- Improve compatibility with WP 5.7
- Make admin notice dismiss button more obvious.
- Small fix and improvement.
- Improve compatibility with recent versions of WordPress
- Introduction of filters and textdomain.
- Login URL now generated by wp_login_url()
- Registration url now generated by wp_registration_url() in lieu of it equivalent ProfilePress function.
- Check if ProfilePress edit profile and my profile function exist before calling them.
- the genesis