WHMCS provides primary and secondary menu areas that offer different options depending on the logged in status of the user. By default, these menus require coding knowledge to manipulate.
WHMCS Menu Manager provides an intuitive interface to allow you to customize these menus within seconds.
Logged In And Guest Menu Creation
Create Menus For Logged In And Guest Users
No complicated conditional menu item display, simply create individual menus for your guest visitors and logged in users.
On creation the Menu Manager module scans your existing menus to collect the items already defined in the menu, then gives you the power to alter, add or remove them.
Primary And Secondary Menu Locations
Define Menus For Both Menu Locations In WHMCS
The WHMCS menu is built using Primary, and Secondary menu locations. With the Menu Manager module you create and assign menus to both of these locations.
Take Control Of All Menu Item Properties
When scanned the menus will be populated with all the existing menu items and their properties.
With the Menu Manager module you can alter every property, or leave the defaults in place.
With access to the menu items Label, URL, Icon, Order, Class, Badge, and Target. You can customize all of the menus properties to best suit your needs.
Menu Item Children
Add/Edit/Delete Child Menu Items
Menus aren't just flat structures. The Menu Manager module allows you to work with Menu Item Children just like the root level items.
You can also edit every property on child items that can be found on the root level items, there are no child level limitations.
Built In Smarty Support
Use The Power Of The WHMCS Template Engine Within Your Menus
The Menu Manager module provides built in support for smarty template syntax. Any variables or template features found in your template can be used within your menu item properties.
Get creative and take advantage of the template system within your menus.
Extensive Help Content
Module Help Right In Your Admin Area
Unsure or need some guidance on a module feature? Hit the help icon and view our extensive help material for the module.
The help content is updated as we add new features, or when a query becomes common. With automatic updates this new content will get delivered right into your admin area.
If the help guide isn't enough our eager support team are happy to help, open a ticket and we will do our best to help.