You can get the plugin here.
Tags: menu, category, post tag, posts, dynamic, automatic
Requires at least: 3.2.1
Tested up to: 5.7.2
Stable tag: 1.3.0
Dynamic menus: This plugin automatically replaces selected Category links / Post Tag links in a Custom Menu by a list of their posts.
The default menu in WordPress only allows adding a link that leads to a list of posts and pages belonging to a taxonomy (category, tag, etc). If you want to list the posts and pages themselves automatically, I hope you will find this plugin useful.
Enable the plugin and go to Appearance > Menus. Create your Custom Menu. Add a taxonomy (category/tag/custom) to the menu. Next, you can choose if you would like to replace the original link (to a page that lists the items) by the posts and pages themselves.
For each Category or Post Tag item in the menu, you now have the following extra configuration options:
- replace the link by a list of posts in the menu y/n;
- specify the (maximum) number of posts you want to show for this item (-1 = all), and
- their ordering (ascending/descending by ID, author, title, date, modified, parent, rand or comment_count);
- specify the title for the menu items: for this you can use the wildcards %post_title and %post_author, or wildcards for custom fields, like %post_my_field, where ‘my field’ or ‘my_field’ is a custom field;
You can control the title of the menu items generated by the plug-in with the following wildcards:
- %post_featured_image (insers an HTML ‘img’ tag with the featured image or nothing if there is none)
- %post_featured_image_thumb (insers an HTML ‘img’ tag with the featured image thumbnail or nothing if there is none)
- %post_date for the unformatted post date: 2012-11-10 18:14:23
- %post_date() for a formatted post date with the following default formatting: November 10th, 2012
- %post_date(<your formatting here>) for custom date formatting. Example: %post_date(l jS \of F Y, h:i:s A). See https://codex.wordpress.org/Formatting_Date_and_Time for formatting options.
- %post_date_gmt(<your formatting here>)
- %post_modified(<your formatting here>)
- %post_modified_gmt(<your formatting here>)
- wildcards for custom fields, like %post_my_field, where ‘my field’ or ‘my_field’ is a custom field
Visit the plugin page at wordpress.org