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Allow user to hide a custom admin page from the admin menu

  1. David Gard
    Member

    When creating a plugin that has it's own top level menu, it's not always desirable for every page to be listed. However, even if that page is not listed, you may still want the top level menu for your plugin to be open.

    For example, a plugin with a top level menu called 'Item' may have 3 pages - 'List Items', 'Add Item' and 'Edit Item'. You probably wouldn't want 'Edit Item' listed, but when editing an item, you'd want the 'Items' top level menu open.

    Posted: 1 year ago #
  2. redus
    Member

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    +1 to that idea. I though over this matter for many times, but I don't find a real interest with other persons who use WordPress.

    Posted: 1 year ago #
  3. ad@mH@milt0n
    Member

    The situation or problem you are talking, as I understand is the same I have faced several months ago.

    What the solution i have found is just to make the rights distribution of users. Either allocate the rights to each user manually or create different roles defining certain rights to each role and allocate the role to the user.

    I would been relaxed after making the roles and allocating them to different user as per my requirement.

    I think now you would get the answer if you have find till yet.

    Posted: 1 year ago #

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    This idea is under consideration