Hide meta boxes based on roles.
- Hide core meta boxes (e.g., Page Attributes and Custom Fields)
- Hide plugin meta boxes (e.g., All in One SEO Pack and MapPress)
- Hide theme meta boxes
- Hide custom post type meta boxes
- Support for additional user roles (works great with plugins such as Capability Manager, Capability Manager Enhanced and User Role Editor)
- Multilanguage: currently English, German, Dutch and Italian (please help us with translations if you want to see additional languages)
- Ad-free (of course, donations are welcome)
If you would like to contribute to this plugin, see its GitHub repository.
- Upload the
im8-box-hidefolder to the
/wp-content/pluginsdirectory on your web server.
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Find IM8 Box Hide in the Users menu in WordPress.
It does the job very, vey well. Thanks a lot.
Contributors & Developers
“IM8 Box Hide” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- compatible up to WordPress 3.8.1
- added some
- the URL for the AJAX request is now set by using the
- integrated plugin update message
- added missing Comments and Revisions meta boxes for supporting post types
- corrected some DocBlocks
- fixed bug that prevented plugin from being loaded when activated network-wide
- fixed bug in
remove_meta_boxesfunction that broke other plugins working with
$GLOBALS['current_user'](such as Adminimize)
- added direct access guard
- removed trailing
get_post_typesfunction, changed argument
'public' => trueto
'show_ui' => true
- complete refactoring (object oriented programming)
- more usage of WordPress core functions
- compatible up to WordPress 3.8
- moved screenshot to
- added banner image
- pushed plugin back to active state
- added Italian translation (credits go to Francesco Canovi)
- added support for the new Featured Image meta box (thanks to hansmagnus for the hint)
- added Dutch translation by Marius Siroen (grafcom)
- fixed some meta box descriptions
- bugfix fixing renamed meta boxes in WordPress 3 (credits go to grafcom for reporting the bug and providing the workaround)
- bugfix for another invalid argument warning when accessing the config panel (credits go to iamfriendly for reporting the bug and providing the workaround)
- bugfix for invalid argument warning when accessing the config panel (credits go to potel for reporting the bug, and to straddieplastic for providing the workaround)
- small changes for WordPress 3.0 Beta
- initial release