Are you tired of the same old WordPress Administration Menu? With the latest version of WordPress you can choose between multiple new modern color schemes, but you are still stuck with the same menu and icons.
Give your WordPress admin a sophisticated look with this nested multi-level push menu, and easily customize colors, fonts and icons with our Visual CSS Editor.
We hope you will like it!
Login using the information below and take a look at the menu.
List of features
- Replace the default WP-Admin menu with the Multi-Level Push Menu
- Rearrange the menu items in the WP-Admin menu
- Change names of menu items in the WP-Admin menu
- Change the Icons for each top-level menu item in the WP-Admin menu
- Change the CSS including Colors and Fonts with the Visual CSS Editor (go to Settings > Google Web Fonts to enable the fonts you want to use in the Visual CSS Editor)
When you have installed the Multi-Level Push Menu for WordPress plugin you can turn it ON by going to the Appearance > Push Menu Options in the Push Menu tab.
Click on the Menu icon in the WordPress toolbar and the Multi-Level Push Menu will appear.
Click on a menu item with a sub-menu and the sub-menu will slide in from the left on top of the first level. Click on the top level again (dark bar below with globe) and the sub-menu will slide out to the left, and the top level will appear again.
In the Appearance > Push Menu Options > Menu Layout tab you can rearrange the top level menu items, and you can rename the menus as well as change the icons.
Should you experience issues with the Multi-Level Push Menu for WordPress we have added a Troubleshooting menu under Appearance > Push Menu Options > Troubleshooting, which allow us to enable debugging. This provides technical information that helps us when troubleshooting problems.
Enter your License Key and you can easily update the plugin from inside wp-admin when new updates are released. Entering the License Key will also give you access to the Appearance > Push Menu Downloads, where you can download free add-ons.
In the Settings > Google Web Fonts menu you can access more than 600 Google Web Fonts. You can easily turn ON or OFF the fonts you want to use in the CSS Editor.
In the Appearance Menu > Push Menu CSS you can enable or disable the CSS Editor. When you enable the CSS Editor it will show in the wp-admin toolbar.
If you experience issues with the CSS Editor we have a Troubleshooting tab, which provides some solutions for the most known possible issues.
Access the Visual CSS Editor in the WordPress toolbar. If you have any of our other plugins that also utilizes the Visual CSS Editor they will all be located in the same menu.
Easily edit all CSS settings without any knowledge of CSS. You can easily save different color schemes.
Version 126.96.36.199432 – April 24, 2015
- Improvement: Replaced add_query_arg() due to an XSS vulnerability issue that affects many WordPress plugins and themes. Please observe that before the function could be accessed the user had to be an Administrator, meaning that the potential issue was not available to the public.
Version 188.8.131.52889 – February 27, 2015
- Bug Fixed: Remove debug code
- Bug Fixed: Remove a border that is added everywhere in wp-admin
Version 184.108.40.206966 – September 16, 2014
- Update: Version no. conflict in auto update feature
Version 1.0.3 rev5234 – July 11, 2014
- Bug Fixed: Auto Update broken
- Bug Fixed: Slug incorrectly defined for Options Panel
- Bug Fixed: Bottom spacing not calculated correctly
- New Feature: Show Overlay, Resize Content, Start Opened, Enable Auto Close
Version 1.0.2 rev52180 – July 10, 2014
- Bug Fixed: Removed PHP warning on update
- Bug Fixed: Menu header partially hidden in mobile view
Version 1.0.1 rev52173 – July 10, 2014
- Bug Fixed: Mobile view was broken
- Update: Adjust menu trigger icon for RTL support
Version 1.0.0 rev52069 – July 8, 2014
- First release
Sources, Credits and Licenses
We have used the following open source projects, graphics, fonts, API’s or other files as listed. Thanks to the author for the creative work they made.
- Codrops (http://tympanus.net/codrops/). Muti-Level Push Menu an experimental push menu with multi-level functionality. We have used this great menu experiment as the basis for our Multi-Level Push Menu for WordPress Admin. Please notice it has been adapted for WordPress and we have added an extensive options panel for setup and administration, as well as added features that are not available in the original source.
- Steamline Icons, (100 icons), Standard License. http://www.streamlineicons.com/
- Linecons by Sergey Shmidt (48 icons) , http://designmodo.com/linecons-free/
- Font Awesome by Dave Gandy (360 icons), http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/
- Metrize by Alessio Atzeni (300 icons), http://www.alessioatzeni.com/metrize-icons/
- Google Web Fonts, https://www.google.com/fonts (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)