How to Fix the Custom Menu Items Limit in WordPress


How to Fix the Custom Menu Items Limit in WordPress
Veronique Schweitzer

Research in the psychology of user behavior shows that users want to feel in control when navigating a website, which means that you shouldn’t crowd any one page with too much information—especially not in your homepage. Nor should you offer endless amounts of scrolling. Put the control back in the users’ hands by decluttering individual pages and making everything the viewers need very apparent. This can be easily done with an organized mega menu.

Custom menu items limit in WordPress
Sylvie Britt

There is no need to worry.The point is in server parameters.Max input vars – parameter that is responsible for such kind of issue.The only thing that should be done in this case is to contact your server support team and ask to increase it to 3000-5000 and the problem will be resolved.Or just edit it by yourself if you have this setting in cPanel dashboard.Inspect exact parameter in wp-dashboard–>Woocommerce–>System status

How to Fix the Custom Menu Items Limit in WordPress
Aurora Delacruz

Just a few days ago, one of our users reported an unusual problem. The problem was that he was reaching the custom menu items limit. Anything he saves after he reached the menu item limit would not save at all. We had never heard of this problem, so we decided to give it a try on our local install. Created 200+ menu items and saved it. It worked just fine. Moved 100 items into a dropdown and that saved perfectly fine. At that point, we knew that this had something to do with the server. Upon further research, it seemed that many others were having the same issue. Digging a little deeper, we found a trac ticket (#14134) that highlighted this problem. After reading the very very long trac ticket, it seems that the problem has not been fixed yet, but there is a work around fix for those who are having this issue. In this article, we will show you how to fix the custom menu items limit in WordPress.

Fixing the menu item limit issue in WordPress
Traci Fleming

Suhosin is an advanced protection system for PHP installations. It was designed to protect servers and users from known and unknown flaws in PHP applications and the PHP core. Suhosin comes in two independent parts, that can be used separately or in combination. The first part is a small patch against the PHP core, that implements a few low-level protections against buffer overflows or format string vulnerabilities and the second part is a powerful PHP extension that implements numerous other protections.

How to Remove the Menu Items Limit for WordPress
Margherita Boyle

Because this is strictly a server problem, you will have to edit some sensitive files, but it won’t take longer than a couple of minutes, so don’t worry about having to know anything about server development at all, in most cases you don’t need to know anything but how to use the copy/paste function of your computer. Although it’s highly recommended to only modify server settings if you are familiar with these tasks, otherwise your hosting provider might be able to help you with this.

How to Resolve the Custom Menu Items Limit Error in WordPress
Bess Negron

Today, I will demonstrate how to resolve the custom menu items limit error in WordPress. This issue is actually really easy to fix. You simply need to locate the PHP.ini file and change the input limits. However, if you are on a shared hosting server, you will probably need to contact your web host to make the necessary changes. If they are unhelpful, it’s probably time to switch web hosts.

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