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The plugin generates the code necessary to create a Son of Suckerfish horizontal dropdown, vertical flyout or horizontal slider menu.
Theme designed for use with the Simple CMS WordPress Plugin.
The Simple CMS WordPress Theme is designed as a development theme for the Simple CMS WordPress plugin.
The Simple CMS WordPress plugin converts the WordPress blog tool into a basic CMS (Content Management System). Simple CMS removes all of the complicated blogging functionality which is not needed for a basic static website. This allows for easier use of the admin panel by non web designers.
If you are a “WordPress Administrator” you will not see any difference, but if you log in as a “WordPress Editor” or below, you will see a vastly simplified administration panel suitable for simple static websites.
Simple CMS WordPress Plugin Version 1.2.4
Continuing on from the Aqua Vaccinium WordPress theme, is the release of my personal blog theme.
Aqua Vaccinium features a smooth blue and green theme and has a prominent Suckerfish dropdown menu built in (no plugin needed).
Visit our WordPress theme demo site to see Aqua Vaccinium in action.
The main dropdown menu is set to display categories by default, but you can insert other pages into your dropdown if you like. The blue section (below the main menu) displays either the blog description or the category description depending on what page you are on.
This plugin has been superceded by the ‘Multi-level Navigation Plugin‘.