Accordion Image Menu Plugin

This wordpress plugin is based on the Accordion Image Menu jquery plugin and allows to create a dynamical menu from your attached images (medium size).
You can see it on the right showing my recent posts.

Features

  • Allows to combine pages and categories and apply order to them.
  • You can list recent posts.
  • Multiple transitions effects included (Elastic, Bounce, Sine, Pow, Quart, Back, etc).
  • You can include or not “the title” of the target page.
  • Compatible with: Firefox 2,3, IE 6, 7 Safari.


Installation

  • Upload “Accordion Image Menu” folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  • Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  • Customize the menu under Settings/Accordion Image Menu.

Use

You can use the menu everywhere:

  • On the sidebars as a Widget.
  • On the content using:
  • On your theme files using:

Download

accordion-image-menu on wordpress

If you find the plugin usefull you can leave a message or/and make a small donation,

Enjoy!!!

152 thoughts on “Accordion Image Menu Plugin”

  1. Hey there everyone,

    I like this plugin alot. But I can’t get it to work with thesis(thesis 1.6). Anyone have it already working? I would love to know how you did it.

  2. Hi,
    I amended your plugin to pick up a custom field called ‘image’ where there were no attachments to a page.

    if($attachments == true) :
    foreach($attachments as $id => $attachment) :
    $img = wp_get_attachment_image_src($id, ‘medium’);
    endforeach;
    else:
    $img[0] = get_post_meta($the_parent, “image”, true );
    endif;

  3. Some other suggestions for things you could do quite easily:
    – add the possibility of randomizing the post items
    – add the possibility to select posts by tag other than cat

    Good job! 🙂

  4. Hey there!

    Your plug-in is perfect for what I am trying to do, my only issue is how to assign content to each section of the accordion. Also, I need help with getting it to show up. I am left with just the shortcode on all of my pages even when the plugin is activated! HELP!

    -Christian

  5. @Paul
    Yes, this is a bug the title of the widget is part of the plugin options and when you update it on settings it delete the title. I’ll fix it. For now you can first fix the settings and after change the name of the widget.
    Thanks,

  6. Awesome; thank you for this great plug-in! Using WP 2.8.6, the widget title seems to disappear each time I make a change in settings. Any way to make it persist?

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