Creating a menu page with all menu items

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URL to the page in question: http://http://new.kennyscateringco.com/wordpress/
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  • #35820

    Atit Patel
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    Hi Bill,

    I am creating a new site (http://new.kennyscateringco.com/wordpress/) and want to see if there is a way to display menu groups headers. I have been able to display menus in a single page. But the menu-group headers are not showing up

    For example ‘Corporate Catering’ (http://new.kennyscateringco.com/wordpress/menu/corporate-catering-menu/) has Breakfast (http://new.kennyscateringco.com/wordpress/menu/breakfast/) and Pasta (http://new.kennyscateringco.com/wordpress/menu/pasta/) as children menu groups.

    But these sub-categories are not visible: http://new.kennyscateringco.com/wordpress/menu/corporate-catering-menu/. Ideally I would like to see the following.

    Breakfast
    ——————-
    Item 1 Price
    Item 2 Price

    Pasta
    ——————-
    Item 3 Price
    Item 4 Price

    Wondering if there is anything obvious I am missing. Much appreciate your help!!!

    #35821

    Bill Robbins
    Keymaster

    Good Evening,

    Excellent question. Sorry for the confusion over child menu groups. They actually aren’t taken into consideration in Bottega at all. That level of hierarchy isn’t there. The parent/child drop down is something that WordPress generates for taxonomies like our menu groups, but they aren’t set to display in that way.

    If you need to have two separate menu groups on one page, here’s what I would suggest. Create a page for both of them. Then use the shortcode option to display each one. To display a list, use this shortcode:

    
    [menu group="burgers"]
    

    where burgers is the slug of the menu group. You can find the slug by going to food > menu groups in your admin. They will be listed there.

    Each time a shortcode is used, it will display a list of your food items in that group. It won’t display anything else though so you’ll want to add in your own headers, description images and so on before and/or after each shortcode.

    See if that doesn’t do the trick for you. Let me know if you run into any trouble.

    Take care,
    Bill

    #35822

    Atit Patel
    Participant

    Thanks Bill that worked!

    #35824

    Bill Robbins
    Keymaster

    Fantastic Atit 🙂

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