It's Episode 379 and I've got plugins to Customize Facebook Feeds, Create QuadMenu's, Remove Pointers and some Halloween Fun. It's all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!

WordPress Plugins A to Z Episode 379 Create QuadMenu’s, Remove Pointers and some Halloween Fun

It's Episode 379 and I've got plugins to Customize Facebook Feeds, Create QuadMenu's, Remove Pointers and some Halloween Fun. It's all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!It's Episode 379 and I've got plugins to Customize Facebook Feeds, Create QuadMenu's, Remove Pointers and some Halloween Fun. It's all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!

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Today I are reviewing 4 great plugins.


Sent in by Hari Maliya
Freemiuim Plugin

Customize Facebook Feeds

The Lowdown:
Setup seems to be pretty easy for the most part once installed and activated you need to go create your feed. Enter the URL of youor Facebook page, group or profile make some adjustments to the layout as you see fit with lots of options to choose from. There are a fe things you will need the Pro version to be able to make some changes.

With the free version you can only have one feed but with pro you can have as many as you like. And you get additional functionality such and widgets and more.

While I would like to give this a good rating i cannot as I was having issues with the Facebook feed token generation for it. You may want to give this a try and see if you can get it working it does look promising. I'll have to leave this one with a non rating at this time as I am unconfirmed if it is working or now

Unrated at this time.

Sent in by Ray Gillespie

Remove Pointer from Blank Menu Items

Requires: or higher
Compatible up to:
Released:01 January 1970
Last Updated:01 January 1970
(0 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:
Using a hash symbol as a custom link is a great way to create non-clickable menu items when you want to add a sub-menu. However, it still appears clickable to the end-user, which may be confusing. This plugin will automatically remove the href so it no longer looks clickable

Rating 5 Dragons

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Sent in by Juan Mastromarino
Freemium Plugin


Requires:4.7 or higher
Compatible up to:6.5.4
Released:02 February 2018
Last Updated:19 June 2024
(4.5 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:
QuadMenu is a WordPress Mega Menu that will allows you easily integrate the menu in your theme’s project. This plugin allows you to create mega menus, tabs menus and carrousel menus in a simple and native way converting your existing menu into a powerful tool.

It is fully customizable with filters to change the style and behavior of the menu this could be a great way to build out custom menus on your project.

Rating 4 Dragons

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The last plugin today is:


Halloween Woocommerce

Requires:3.0 or higher
Compatible up to:4.8.24
Released:17 October 2018
Last Updated:02 November 2018
(0 star out of 5)

The lowdown:
Something fun for Halloween. This plugin displays selected halloween-related icons in random places of the website.
User gathers them and after desired number of icons they will receive selected WooCommerce coupon. This is an interesting way to have a Halloween promotion.

Rating 5 dragons

Closing out this Episode The Plugins we covered where:

John’s Plugins: Customize Facebook Feeds – Unrated, QuadMenu – 4, Remove Pointer – 5, Halloween Woocommerce – 5

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