How to see only a few categories
I have two queries:
- I want to show a few categories only but the moment I select them at second level the parent category is selected and shown in the menu. Example, I have a "Man" category which contains "Computers", "Education" etc. I want to show "Computers", "Education" as menu items but it shows "Main".
- Can I show articles in JMPTree menu at the last level, i.e. beyond the last level of categories.
Unfortunately it is not possible to choose child items without parent items.
What do you mean by showing articles?
Can I show articles in JMPTree menu at the last level, i.e. beyond the last level of categories.
Sorry for the typo, what I meant is "can I show have menu items pointing to articles at the leaf level'. The menu shows all categories but I want to show the links to actual articles in each category in the menu itself.
I had specifically created a "Main" category earlier so that I could use a another menu extension to show all all categories inside that. Do you think you can make provision in JMBTree to show any level of categories, i.e. child items only.
You can exclude categories or menu items via special param. It's available below items list which depends from menu type:
Exclude menu items (specify ID, comma separated) - menu items
Exclude categories (specify ID, comma separated) - categories tree
Please let me know if the problem is problem.
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@Eugene What you suggested works but I have issue with changes to menu look & feel. I have attached two images for you to compare. When I was using "Main" the second level menu & all subsequent levels were clean and aligned. If I remove the top level menu, all the second level menu's start piling up and overlap the menus below them - see second image named "MainMenuNotPresent.jpg".
I wanted to know if you will be able to improve the extension so that even if I start from second level for a vertical menu it will show one menu per line and show all sub-levels aligned. I assume there is some issue in the extension. Let me know if you will be working on it, if yes then in approximately how much time can we expect an improved version.
Dmitry, yes Module Class Suffix is jmb-tree-right. I checked by removing it but it made no difference to the menu. In case you need to know I am using Favourite template by www.favthemes.com , which is a responsive template and I am using Firefox 38.0 browser.
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