NOTE: If you're using WordPress 5.0 or above, the TinyMCE Editor custom shortcode generator is no longer supported by WordPress. However, we will not remove the feature for anyone still using anything older than WordPress 5.0. Gutenberg is the new default editor. In the latest FoodPress v1.5.5, we added a new tab in the settings strictly for the shortcode generator to be its own implementation without relying on other areas. 

If you're using anything older than WordPress 5.0 then the following instructions are valid:

Step 1. Go to the page you want to insert your menu into.

Step 2. From the WYSIWYG editor toolbar, please click the KNIFE and FORK icon that looks like the below image:

Step 3: Click add Menu.

Step 4: Choose the layout options, and all the specific elements you want for your menu. By hovering over each item they should provide a tooltip that can help you with the proper display you are trying to achieve.

Step 5: Once you are done, either COPY the shortcode value at the bottom of the popup shortcode generator, OR hit the PURPLE button on the bottom right to insert the shortcode into the content that you are editing on the page.

Step 6: If you want to view more advanced set ups, please visit our YouTube channel here for help: