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One of my sites was made using Genesis and the Metro Pro theme 2.4.2; plugins include Genesis Connect for WooCommerce, Design Palette Pro, Simple Edits, Simple Sidebar, and Title Toggle. When I edit a menu item on that site, it has the text entry boxes "Navigation Label", "Title Attribute", and below them a checkbox for "Open link in a new tab".
I just authored a new site using ALL the exact same plugins, except the Metro Pro theme is 2.5.2. When editing menu items, the text entry box "Title Attribute" and the checkbox "Open link in a new tab" that I expected to be there have disappeared.
I don't need title attributes, but I DO need my clients to be able to click and open a new tab. What happened? I've looked through both installs and can't find a single setting that governs this tab checkbox.
Or am I missing something? Thanks!
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When you are on the menu editor page, click on screen options in the upper right and make sure the items you want to be visible are checked. This is a basic WordPress function and has nothing to do with the Genesis Framework or Studio Press.
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