Note: This plugin has been superceded by the ‘PixoPoint Menu Plugin‘.

This plugin generates the code necessary to create a Son of Suckerfish WordPress dropdown menu.


The plugin is available for download here … Suckerfish WordPress Plugin


Add the following code wherever you want the dropdown to appear in your theme (usually header.php) and activate the plugin in your admin panel.

This code adds a button for your home page and dropdowns for your Pages, Archives, Categories and Blogroll.

<?php if (function_exists('suckerfish')) {suckerfish();} ?>


You can modify the look of your dropdown by using our new Online Suckerfish Dropdown CSS Generator. The generator has been designed with this plugin in mind, so just copy and paste the CSS code from the generator to the plugins options page.


Thanks to Patrick Griffiths and Dan Webb for their article which we used as a model for the CSS used in this plugin. And thanks to Miriam Schwab for writing the blog post which motivated us to create it.


For support, please visit the dropdown menus board in our support forum. Please note that many new features are available in the ‘Multi-level Navigation Plugin‘ so you should check that out before asking any questions about this plugin.