How to Show Different Menus to Logged in Users in WordPress


How to Show Custom Menus to Logged In WordPress Users
Bess Negron

Many popular websites where users login to use the site, will show a user’s name in the website header to show a user that they are logged into their website (take WPExplorer for example – you should either see “login” or your username on the right side of the navigation menu).

WordPress.org
Vella Whalen

The plugin gives you more control over your nav menu by allowing you to apply visibility controls to menu items e.g who can see each menu item (everyone, logged out users, logged in users, specific user roles).

How to Show Different Menus to Different WordPress User Roles?
Cristina Cox

It becomes really difficult to manage different user roles on the website. If you are one from those who are running forum or a membership website then you might come across certain situations where you wish to show different menus to different user roles. The things can become really simpler if you are working with WordPress. Though there are a number of plugins that can help you out with this, but WordPress provides you capabilities to manage the user roles efficiently by default.

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