September 12th, 2014AWM: The menu is not displayed in WordPress
Knowledge Base support case for AllWebMenus Pro, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.
Initial Email From: Rod
Initial Email Subject: AllWebMenu Integration with WordPress 3.8
Support Case Month: January 2014
I am having trouble getting the AllWebMenus Pro (AWMP) to show up on WordPress (WP) 3.8 web site. The web site is on an internal server so I cannot send direct links, but I can send files of code or code snippets as necessary.
On the WP template file header.php, I have a <nav> element with id="site-navigation". When I publish the menu in AWMP I choose to position the menu relative to an Element with Custom ID: site-navigation. I install the compiled menu zip file successfully through the WP plugin, but the menu does not show up.
The name of the menu assigned in WP matches the name of the menu I enter into the AWM plugin, and the menu settings in the plugin are:
* Menu is populated from an existing "Wordpress menu"
* Menu type is Dynamic
* Location is Theme Menu Location: primary.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Reply From: Likno Customer Support
You need to change the Menu Positioning in AlWebMenus Pro and set it to Relative to an Element with the Default ID.
Then, you need to re-compile your menu project for WordPress and re-upload the zip file through the AllWebMenus WP plugin admin panel.
This way it should appear on your site.
Let me know how that worked for you.