The solution consists of a combination of 2 parts:
Our AllWebMenus Pro application... (1/2)
Use the application's "WordPress Menu Add-in" to setup your menu for your specific WordPress blog, import/update the menu structure from there and eventually compile the menu for use on those pages. Licensing details.
& ...our special "WordPress Menu" Plugin (2/2)
Install the plugin online on your WordPress blog.
Through this plugin you can generate the Menu Structure Code to paste it into AllWebMenus. You can choose there what information of your blog should be part of your menu (like what pages, posts, etc.), what menu hierarchy to use and what options.
You can then further process your menu with the hundreds of options that the AllWebMenus desktop application offers and compile/upload it to your WordPress blog.
Note that you are not restricted to the specific WordPress structure for your menu items. You also can create menus with your own menu items regardless of the WordPress content (see "Static" or "Mixed" population method below).
The WordPress plugin supports 3 menu population methods:
- "Dynamic" population: The menu is populated with items dynamically (online), based on a
WordPress menu. The AllWebMenus project is used to provide only the styling/behaviors of the menu; not its items.
- "Static" population: The menu is populated with items edited within AllWebMenus only. Any changes to your online website do not affect your menu items. So, AllWebMenus provides both the structure and the styling/behaviors of the menu.
- "Mixed" population: This is a mix of "Dynamic" and "Static". The menu is populated both with items edited within AllWebMenus and with items created online (through a WordPress menu).
Watch how you can Download AllWebMenus WordPress plugin, install it, create a menu and publish it on your WordPress site.