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I thought i would be able to add the default User Login menu to a Superfish block, but it doesn't appear in the drop down list to be able to select when configuring the Superfish block.

Can anyone advise how to create a login menu for superfish that disappears when users are logged in. I have my Main Menu in Superfish 1 block, and my User Menu (contains logout) in my Superfish 2 block (works perfectly as only appears when logged in), and wanted a Superfish 3 for User Login (to only appear when logged out).

Perhaps there is an easier way to do this, so open to suggestions?

  • i have added a menu item to User Menu for Login (/user/login), this works fine when Im logged out as just 'Member Login' appears, but when logged in, the Member Login item is still visible in the menu. Any ideas? – CardiffSteve Feb 1 '16 at 13:32
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Instead of using SuperFish, you should consider using:

TB Mega Menu

TB Mega Menu allows you to create a mega menu with an innovative back-end user interface and synchronized with Drupal core menu.

  • Synchronized with Drupal core menu, auto updated if there’s any change with - - - Drupal core menu
  • Bootstrap framework
  • Responsive ready
  • Multiple built-in styles designed with years of theming experience
  • Visual and friendly user interface - what you see is what you get
  • Custom style for each element of your mega menu, just input extra css class name
  • Multiple built-in CSS3 animated effects
  • Work independently with themes

Speaking from experience, I know you can add the login block to TB Mega Menu

Here is a Video Tutorial

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I merely added an extra option to my main menu called 'Member Login' path user/login , then once you login this automatically disappears and I get my User Menu appear in my Superfish2 block with has my logout and other options that are only permitted by authenticated users. Thanks for advise on other menus.

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