That’s a good idea, LoveThemes. I would not like to be bothered for every small site change in the future, and I suppose that the site’s owners could easily learn to type in ”.red” or ”.blue” in the CSS box for any new menu items that they add. Not as easy as a selection list, but still fairly simple. Quite clever, actually. Thanks!
In case anyone cares or has this same question in the future, it appears that this WordPress plugin will allow the creation of menus as I described above:http://codecanyon.net/item/mega-main-menu-wordpress-menu-plugin/6135125
I am creating a WordPress site for a client and I would like to find a forms plugin that will allow the less tech-savvy site administrators to create and edit forms themselves via the WordPress Dashboard—without having to write or edit PHP.
Ideally, the plugin will allow an administrator to define validation for form fields such as a US ZIP code and a range of dates. I also would like the ability to add a honey pot or hidden field that can be used to prevent form submissions by bots.
Can anyone recommend a plugin matching this description?
I’m looking for a responsive WordPress 4.0 theme or plugin that will allow each top-level menu item to be rendered in a different color:
Sure, I can edit the theme’s files and CSS to change the color based upon the slug name, but I’d really like to find an out-of-the-box solution that would allow color assignments can be made via properties pages (by non-coders).
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Thank you very much. I just hope I won’t be attracting any of the [load-bearing hookworms].
Sorry to be late with the congratulations that are in order and that I missed out on the whole hookworm thing (until now). I’m gonna go buy me a (but not purchased) a dolla worth of load-bearing hookworms. Good show, Coriiander!