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Different default admin menu for Superadmin then other users (5 posts)

  1. expromo
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello everyone!

    I'm writing to you because I'm trying to setup a little multisite network for myself and my customers.

    The issue I have is that I want to create a different menu for me and the rest of the users.

    I want to have a complete WordPress menu on every blog that I visit.
    On the other hand I want all the users to have a menu that's as simple as possible.

    I know I can use Admin Menu Editor plugin to do this but what can I do if I want the menus to be different for different people.

    Can I for example setup everything via Admin Menu Editor and than disable the plugin for is_super_admin()?

    Thanks in advance for any help
    MichaƂ

  2. You are the Super Admn. You see everything anyway.

    Use this plugin to hide menus for your users:
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/menus/

  3. flutetutoraustralia
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi - I have a similar but slightly different issue....

    I have everything set to admin however I want my contributors to be able to add/edit events in the 'my calendar' plugin.... This works beautifully when I set the add/edit events sub-menu to be 'contributor' however the result is that I as the admin can no longer add or edit events so I need to change it back to be administrator every time I need to manage the events which is a problem...

    Can you suggest what I am doing wrong?

  4. flutetutoraustralia - Make a new topic, all your own, and explain what calendar plugin you're using.

  5. flutetutoraustralia
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    ok - sorry

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