AccessAlly automatically compiles your course pages into a unique menu, ready to be added to any page inside your site.
How This Feature Works
If your theme allows multiple menus, you can utilize this feature by inserting your unique course menus into the corresponding pages of your membership site / online course area.
How to Create Your Course Menus
This tutorial video shows you where the settings are located to ensure AccessAlly automatically creates your course menus for you.
Testing & Troubleshooting
If your course pages are not showing up in the menu area, please double check to make sure all of them have been published. Once published, they should appear.
If they’re still not appearing, it’s possible that you as an admin do not have “All Access Enabled”. The way AccessAlly works with WordPress menus is to show only the pages for which you have the tags to see.
So for example, if someone is a member of the course but doesn’t have the Module 2 tags then they won’t see the pages for Module 2.
2. Pages Are Out of Order in Menu
AccessAlly adds pages to the menu in the order that they’re created/published. Always double check to make sure the order is correct before adding the menu to a page.
If necessary, you can reorder menu items by dragging-and-dropping them in the right place. First go to Appearance -> Menus:
From there you can re-order and re-organize items in the menu, and hit save.
NOTE: Reordering the menu items has no effect on the course setup inside the course wizard.
3. Not Seeing the AccessAlly Pro/ProgressAlly Checkmark Once a Lesson or Module is Complete
If you’ve set up ProgressAlly’s objective list and someone has completed all of the items on this list, then you should automatically see a checkmark appear beside that lesson or module page in the menu.
If you’re not seeing that, it’s likely because the way you added the “menu” to the page through your theme is not using a “WordPress Menu” itself.
For example, your theme might be showing the menu in their own block format but unless you specify that it needs to be a WordPress Menu then ProgressAlly won’t recognize it as being a menu that needs the checkmarks added.
For instance, you might have added a list of links instead of using a WordPress menu. To check that you’re using a WordPress menu, look in Appearances->Menus and make sure that what you see matches what’s showing on the front end, too.
For Divi, if you’re trying to add two menus to one Widget Area you’ll run into issues with both WordPress menus being recognized. Instead, create two separate widget areas and add one menu to each one.
Some additional resources:
- OptimizePress: adding menus in OptimizePress
4. Difficulty Adding Menus to Pages
YOUR WORDPRESS THEME determines whether or not menus can be added to pages. If you are having trouble, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR THEME’S DOCUMENTATION.
AccessAlly is not a theme or page builder and cannot act like one.