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This module provides additional menu types (in addition to main menu & secondary menu) to help site admins select navigation for responsive sites, such as having a slightly different menu for mobile vs desktop, etc). The module also provides a footer menu type for selecting a menu to output links in the footer of a site.
The purpose of this is that I thought it was easier for a site admin to create and select a menu vs. create a menu and place a block in a region.
Menu Merge merges two or more menus into one and creates a block called Mobile Menu.
This is just a simple helper I needed for theming purposes and by no means production ready, as configuration is hardcoded inside the module's code (until I find time to add an administration interface).
Menu Pager module provides pagination for main menu items. User can traverse each page associated with main menu through this pagination.
1. Copy the entire menu_pgaer directory the Drupal sites/all/modules directory.
2. Login as an administrator. Enable the module in the "Administer" -> "Modules"
3. Assign the block into Content region from "Administer" -> "Structure" ->
"Blocks" -> "Menu Pager Block"
NOTE: Before using this module you need to create all main menu items and associated pages first.
Enhances the current menu system to increase user efficiency when building site architecture.
A module to support Modal Forms for Flagging instead of Dialog. Or maybe Ctools modals. In any case, same functionality, but without the dependency on Dialog.