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Client plug-in management

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  • Hi Ana,

    For this, you need to change the access role of time-off page in plugin menu.

    Use file appointment-calendar.php to change access role

    // Time-Off Page
    add_submenu_page( 'appointment-calendar', 'Time Off', 'Time Off', 'administrator', 'timeoff', 'dispaly_timeoff_page' );
    
    // Update Time-Off Page
    add_submenu_page( 'appointment-calendar', 'Update TimeOff', '', 'administrator', 'update-timeoff', 'dispaly_updatetimeoff_page' );

    By default its access role is: administrator

    WordPress has five pre-defined Roles: Administrator, Editor, Author, Contributor and Subscriber.

    Set it according to your registered user’s role, then both plugin-menu-pages could be accessed by your users.

    Thanks…

    -Frank

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