This plugin adds useful admin links and massive resources for the WooCommerce Shop Plugin to the WordPress Toolbar / Admin Bar.
Just drop me a note on my Twitter @deckerweb or via my contact page and I'll add the link if it is useful for admins/ webmasters and the WooCommerce community.
This is possible of course and highly welcomed! Just drop me a note on my Twitter @deckerweb or via my contact page and we sort out the details!
Particularly, I need the admin url for the primary options page (like so
wp-admin/admin.php?page=foo) - this is relevant for both, plugins and themes. For themes then I also need the correct name defined in the stylesheet (like so
Simple answer: The settings of these add-ons are added directly to the various WooCommerce settings pages or tabs and have no anchor to link to. So linking/ adding is just impossible.
All this could be done via our filters and constants. Really lightweight and simple. Just step up the "Other Notes" area here and scroll down to the proper section.
Yes, it is! :) Works really fine in Multisite invironment - here I just recommend to activate on a per site basis so to load things only where and when needed.
Yes, you could. -- However, it doesn't make much sense. The plugin is intented for a per site use as the admin links refer to the special settings, plugin-support and theme-support for that certain site/blog. So if you have a Multisite install with 5 sites but only 3 would run "WooCommerce" then the other 2 sites will only see support links in the Toolbar / Admin Bar... I guess, you got it? :)
Though intended for a per site use it could make some sense in such an edge case: if all of the sites in Multisite use WooCommerce and have lots of WooCommerce-specific plugins in common and use the same theme/framework. This might be the case if you use Multisite for multilingual projects, especially via that awesome plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/multilingual-press/
This plugin has NO settings page because I believe it's just not neccessarry. All customizing could be done via filters, constants and regular WordPress user roles & capabilities. As the plugin is indended for a shop manager/ admin/ webmaster use that's the way to go. This way we can save the overhaul of an options panel/settings page, additional database storing & requests, uninstall routines and such. End result: a lightweight system that just works and saves clicks & time :-).