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Original backend!. Now I move more faster inside Wordpress … finally!. I just test it in your site. Sure my next…

Thank you for looking at it :) We thought it would be “fun” to offer an alternative to the default menu, but still have friendly usability. You can also change the names of the menus, change the order and choose between 900 different icons (icon-font) + use the Visual CSS Editor to easily change the fonts and CSS settings.

A tons reasons more for buy it!. Thanks. You know that I always trust in your work. See you soon.

Thank you for your continued support for our plugins! We really appreciate it.

This looks really great. I have a front-end menu solution that is based on the same design and I really like it a lot.

I am very interested in purchasing your plugin but I have a couple of pre-sales questions.

1.) Can I make the menu stay open all of the time instead of collapsing on every mouse click? I have a display with plenty of width so being forced to make an extra click every time I want to access the menu would be a dealbreaker for me.

2.) Can I make the typeface smaller with less line spacing so the menu is more vertically compact?

3.) Can I scroll the menu independently from the page content and vice versa? If not, is this a feature that you could easily implement, or perhaps something that I could easily tweak myself with custom CSS?

4.) Does your plug-in provide any capability for customizing the admin meubar across the top?

Thanks and good luck with sales.

The update is also available on Codecanyon within 48-72 hours.

I finally got around to installing your menu today and it is returning a JavaScript error when I try to access the following tabs: Menu Layout, Troubleshooting, License.

I understand that the push feature is one of the main features of your plugin but is there a way to turn this option off and make it work like the default WP menu where the sub-menus appear on roll-over? I am finding that this feature is only slowing down my access to sub-menus and it would be nice if I could disable it.

If you can provide us with access to you wp-admin (submit a ticket at http://support.righthere.com) then we can review the javascript error.

Sounds like you have a conflict with another plugin or your theme. You can try and deactivate all other plugins and see if it makes a difference. If it does then start activating one plugin at a time until you see the problem happening again. If it doesn’t make a difference deactivating all plugins then try and switch your theme to the default WordPress theme – just for testing so that we can rule this out.

In the Options Panel you can see the different behavior settings.

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There is no way to activate the sub-menu at mouse over. There is more clicks that on the default wp-admin. And many people will probably prefer the default, but there are also people that like their wp-admin to look different :)

You can still disable the Push Level Menu and then use the re-order, re-name and changing icons feature for the menu.

Nice work, keep going! :)

Thank you!

HI I reduced the browser and the menu did not show up… does it work on mobile devices…

also would like to see it with menu drop down instead the doble click to get to a sub item.

nice work…

I see what you mean… on our developer and testing site it works fine on mobile. I think this might be a conflict with another plugin on our plugins.righthere.com. We will look at this right away. Thank you for letting us know.

You say this plugin works well with “White Label Branding for WordPress”but does it work well with the multiste version.

I would like to control the menu’s of my main site and my sub-sites. Can this plugin do the job alone or can i achieve this with ” White Label Branding for WordPress Multisite”?

The Multi-Level Push Menu for WordPress was NOT made for WP MS. You can activate the plugin on EACH site you want to use it in the WordPress Multisite network.

What is it you want? You can’t control the menu of all sub-sites from the main site. With White Label Branding for WordPress Multisite you can make global branding or you can allow sub-sites to make their own branding, but menu’s are set on EACH sub-site.

I just installed the plugin and went to the Push Menu Settings. The Push Menu tab worked fine, every other tab when I click on it goes to: javacript:void(0);. It does the same thing at the Download page, thought maybe if I activated the Lic that would solve the problem, no luck.

Thanks Matt

Thank you for buying the plugin. Please submit a ticket at http://support.righthere.com and provide wp-admin access. We will review this and see if there is any conflicts with other plugins or your theme.

Any chance of this being converted into a front end menu system instead of the admin? Thank you.

At the moment this is only for the wp-admin. Making this into a generic plugin that will work for any theme might be a challenge as there are so many potential conflicts with themes and other plugins.

However we are working on a project that will use this menu in the frontend (can’t say more now).

Hi is this only for the admin area or could this be used as the front end menu as well?

Currently it is only for the wp-admin. We are working on a theme where this menu is going to be a part of the theme.

Hi RightHere,

I am interested in buying this plugin. Can I make the menu stay open all of the time instead of collapsing on every mouse click?

- Thanks

Unfortunately that behavior is not supported.

Hello, I’ve recently purchased the plugin and so far is loving it. However there are a few bugs that should be fixed within the next patches, the bugs are as follow:

Media Page: Unable to attach an image to a post, page or anything Image Editor: Unable to open editor. Basically anything that opens up a modal javascript window will not work properly.

Best Regards,

Thank you for buying the plugin. I’m sorry that you are experiencing issues, however we are using the plugin on our demo site along with all our other plugins – and we do not have any of the problems you describe. This could be due to a conflict with another plugin or your theme.

You can try and deactivate all other plugins and see if it makes a difference. If it does then start activating one plugin at a time until you see the problem happening again. If it doesn’t make a difference deactivating all plugins then try and switch your theme to the default WordPress theme – just for testing so that we can rule this out.

If you submit a ticket at our Help Center we will be happy to review this. Make sure you include a description of how we can recreate the problem.

Hi, I want to buy this plugin.

But I need to know if I can work with a standard menu on desktop and a multi level menu on mobile?

Can I do that?

Thanks.

That is unfortunately not possible. That would require customization.

Great portfolio you have but I’m officially confused.

1. does the “White Label Branding” plugin contain the features of this plugin too or i need both ?

2. Is there a discount if i order multiple plugins? (3)

3. If i have 3 WP installations, do i need to buy a plugin for each or i can install use it in all my sites ?

Overall you have good items but quite expensive and i see you over complicated youself with splitting similar or pair features over multiple plugins.

White Label Branding for WordPress does not contain the Multi Level Push Menu. White Label Branding will allow among many features to change the colors, style sand fonts of wp-admin and styling of the default WordPress login.

According to Codecanyon license terms, you will need a license for each website you use the plugin. Remember when you purchase a license you get FREE updates for life. This means you do not need to pay every year for updates like you do in many other websites.

I don’t think our plugins are expensive. And our plugins work well together. You don’t want the plugin to be too bloated.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks for the reply, i’m a developer myself and i have no problems to support developers and pay extended support.

Don’t get me wrong, the first thing that came into my mind was, what if someone has several sites i.e 4, and needs 4 plugins !? Overall he needs to pay ~$400 and this is nowhere near cheap.

Will try some of your plugins and see the results. Overall, well done!

You should contact Codecanyon (Envato) and ask them why they do not offer a developer license. We have asked about this for almost 6 years and I don’t think it is coming.

Many plugins that are sold on other website do offer bulk licensing (5, 10 sites or even unlimited), but you will also have to renew your license every year to get updates.

I still think $400 is cheap to have 4 great plugins on 4 websites. You get what you pay for. If you look at some of the competitors outside Codecanyon they are priced even higher.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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