31 responses to “Nav Menu Images: Developers Guide”

  1. beppe


    Hi Milan, i have a question about your plug-in.
    I’m a beginner with wordpress and PHP,i create a function like wp_nav_menu, into this function i want to get the URL of the image of menu item. How can i do this?

    I hope that you can hel me!
    Thanks!

  2. Niclas O


    Hi!

    I´m new to using functions … How Do I use these function settings?

    Thank you.

    Niclas

  3. Jim W.


    Hi,
    I installed the plugin, but there is no option in the back end to upload or add images. The plugin is activated, but I don’t see any new field in the custom menu area where I can upload my images. Has anyone else had this problem?

  4. Rizal


    hai nice plugin, but i want to ask this problem,

    how to fix this problem

    Warning: Missing argument 3 for Nav_Menu_Images::register_menu_item_filter() in /home/xxxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/nav-menu-images/nav-menu-images.php on line 195

    you can check my web in http://jack-bear.com/

    Please help thanks

  5. Melanie


    Hi. I as well have this same problem. “I installed the plugin, but there is no option in the back end to upload or add images. The plugin is activated, but I don’t see any new field in the custom menu area where I can upload my images.” I see your fix but in my coding there are not line numbers to know where to put the suggested code above. I will try it and let you know if you can let me know in the code I can put it without the direction of a line number. Thanks so much.

    1. Melanie


      Follow up, I counted to line 195 and placed the code there and received an error when trying to update the code.

  6. Kenny


    Many thanks for this, exactly what I was looking for. Great work on the plugin.

    1. Kenny


      I’ve donated a few euros of thanks, please keep up the good work!

  7. Bhavin Patel


    I want to print menu title with image what can i do?
    By the way this plugin is awesome…… Thanks…

  8. kt


    I am also trying to get the menu title with the image. I followed your code but it puts the title right next to the image. I need it to be below the image. Can you advise me on how to do this? Thanks!

  9. Dorothy


    Hi,
    Thanks for this awesome plugin! Is there anyway to have 3 separate images for each menu item? For example, an image for the menu item, another image for the menu item in the “active” state and another image for the menu item in the “hover” state. It seems there’s only one option at the moment and when I try to add another image, it overrides the original image. If you could provide the code for this that I could add to the plugin that would be great.

  10. Carlos Escórcio


    Thanks, it worked as expected.

  11. Emily


    How do I change the width of the image in the menu item, and how do I remove the border? Great and easy plugin, otherwise… Would be great to make these changes right on upload of the navigation image.

  12. learning2


    Hello again. I’m very happy with your plugin and will get back with you after I finish up this web site.

    In the meantime, I’m hoping you can help me figure out how to have my Nav Menu Images menu ‘auto resize’ to the various screens. I’ve been going round-and-round and the solution, I think, is to create a seperate CSS sheet with different size images for each screen size. The site is Responsive and I have Viewport enabled too.

    I’ve been working on this with CSS and haven’t found my solution yet. This may relate to Emily’s question above…or not. Can you give me a solution or insight? Here is the site so far: http://goo.gl/Ox1X24

    thanks again!

  13. Michael Bosin


    How can I get url of the image as background-image?
    Thanks

  14. ung


    Bonjour,

    j’ai un probleme : Warning: Missing argument 3 for Nav_Menu_Images::register_menu_item_filter() in /homez.714/digitalgq/www/wp-content/plugins/nav-menu-images/nav-menu-images.php on line 2687

    Comment regler ca ?

  15. Nacho


    Thank you very much, the plugin works perfectly but, how to show the title up the image? I don’t know the php syntax and don’t figure out how to place the $content after the span in $content = $content . ” . $original_content . ”;

    Sorry I know, designers sucks :)

    Regards.

  16. Amanda


    The plugin is working great on all browsers except Safari. I have a logo in place of the Home page navigation. In Safari the image is dipping down behind the content instead of centering vertically in the header.

    Has anyone else experienced this? I am not finding any solutions out there.

    platform: wordpress 3.8.1
    theme: headway 3.6.2

    Thanks!
    - Amanda

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