Support » Plugin: Admin Menu Editor » Conflict with White Label CMS

  • brantfordhosting

    (@brantfordhosting)


    hello. I also use a plugin on my site called White Label CMS. This plugin allows me to customize the front user panel, hide default widgets, change WP logos to my own etc… It also allows me to hide admin bar menu items and sub menu items. However it does not allow me to change the name of a menu item.

    I installed your plugin to change the name of a top menu item, that I wanted to leave showing. (it is not turned off in White Label CMS), however, your plugin seemed to conflict with my White Label CMS settings and show all menu items that I had previously hidden using White Label CMS.

    Is there a fix for this, where I can still change the name of the menu item using your plugin… but have other menu items hidden using White Label CMS?

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  • Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    Unfortunately, that’s probably not going to work. Using Admin Menu Editor together with another plugin that also changes admin menu visibility can lead to conflicts, and this is not easily fixed. There is currently no good workaround.

    However, White Label CMS settings that are not related to the admin menu should still work fine.

    brantfordhosting

    (@brantfordhosting)

    hello Janis,

    Thank you for the reply. I think it can work with both plugins, as long as the conflict does not cause any serious errors in the site or database. I am relatively new to wordpress multisite.

    Do you see cause for concern with anything “breaking”, or will your code simply override admin menu settings I was using through White Label CMS.

    For now I will leave both operational on my test subsite and see what happens.

    Thank you again!

    Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    I don’t think anything is likely to break. And even if you encounter a more serious conflict, you can almost always fix it by uninstalling AME. This plugin doesn’t make any permanent changes to the admin menu, so simply deleting the plugin files would make the menu go back to its normal state.

    • This reply was modified 11 months ago by Janis Elsts.
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