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I am currently using theme_menu_link() but it themes every menu in Drupal. I only want to theme my main menu. How can I check for a specific menu?

function theme_menu_link(array $variables) {
  $element = $variables['element'];
  $sub_menu = '';

//if(id == main_menu){ theme it different } 

  if ($element['#below']) {
    $sub_menu = drupal_render($element['#below']);
  }
  $output = l($element['#title'], $element['#href'], $element['#localized_options']);
  return '<li' . drupal_attributes($element['#attributes']) . '>' . $output . $sub_menu . "</li>\n";

}
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  • What do you need to do differently? And are you talking about the link elements themselves (the <li>) or the elclosing menu (the <ul>)?
    – mpdonadio
    Feb 5, 2013 at 17:38
  • yes,basically i want to add a div inside the <li>
    – bghouse
    Feb 5, 2013 at 17:39

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You can get the ID of a menu by looking at the URL when you edit it in the menu configuration admin interface and converting dashes to underscores.

For example, on admin/structure/menu if I hover 'User Menu' I see admin/structure/menu/manage/user-menu/edit which means that the menu machine name is 'user_menu'.

The $element contains the menu's id: $element['#original_link']['menu_name'].

So you can put that in your if() and get

if($element['#original_link']['menu_name'] == 'user_menu') {
  ...
}

where you replace 'user_menu' with the name of the menu you want.

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  • thanks this is what i wanted. but i forgot i am using Nice Menus Module. Do you know how I can theme these <li>'s instead?
    – bghouse
    Feb 5, 2013 at 18:35
  • I am not very familiar with that module. I think this would be a separate question.
    – beth
    Feb 5, 2013 at 18:52

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