ioMenuPlugin - 0.7.0

A plugin to make menus easier to write in symfony.

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A plugin to make menus easier to write in symfony.

ioMenuPlugin

A plugin to make menus easier to write in symfony.

  • Current menu item automatically given active class
  • Menu items automatically given first and last classes
  • Show/hide menus based on authentication, credentials
  • Hide portions of the tree, or render down to a certain depth
  • Menu rendered with "pretty" spacing for easier debugging & styling

Inspired by sympal and the SemanticMenu from Ruby on Rails.

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Name Status Email
gravatar Ryan Weaver lead moc.oidutsoi <<ta>> revaew.nayr

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Copyright (c) 2010 Ryan Weaver

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of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
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