• Resolved deeveearr

    (@deeveearr)


    Hi guys,

    New user here!

    So, I enabled page, post and custom post types duplication, and all looked good.

    Except when I viewed my homepage, a new ‘Duplicate Page’ option appeared in my admin bar.

    Is there a way to get rid of this new notice without having to disable page duplication?

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  • Plugin Author Bowo

    (@qriouslad)

    Add the following CSS in Custom Code >> Custom Frontend CSS:

    wp-admin-bar-duplicate-content {
    display: none;
    }

    Thread Starter deeveearr

    (@deeveearr)

    Hi @qriouslad

    Oh right, that was the last answer I was expecting!

    Anyway, the above css doesn’t work.

    Plugin Author Bowo

    (@qriouslad)

    Oop… forgot the # symbol. Try this:

    #wp-admin-bar-duplicate-content {
    display: none;
    }

    Thread Starter deeveearr

    (@deeveearr)

    Yes that works.

    It just seems strange that the admin bar needs some CSS to hide instances created by ASE?

    Plugin Author Bowo

    (@qriouslad)

    The purpose of the “Duplicate [Post Type]” link in the admin bar is to make is easy to duplicate a ‘Page’, ‘Post’, ‘Custom Post Type’ when you are editing that particular page/post/CPT or viewing it on the frontend. Without it, you’ll need to go back to wp-admin “View All [Post Type]” listing page, find the page/post/CPT you want to duplicate and click on the ‘Duplicate’ link under the post title.

    So, not sure why you think it’s annoying in the first place…. or why you think it’s strange to have it in the admin bar.

    Thread Starter deeveearr

    (@deeveearr)

    The reason that I find it annoying to have a Duplicate Page in the admin bar, is that there is ALSO a ‘Clean Up Admin Bar’ setting in ASE.

    Surely it should be possible to clean up any ASE instances that appear in the admin bar if the user requires it?

    Plugin Author Bowo

    (@qriouslad)

    Well. You’re the first user that finds it annoying. Will wait to see if there are other users who thinks alike. For now, you can always use the CSS snippet earlier. Thanks for your feedback and if you find ASE useful for your workflow, please consider leaving a nice review.

    @deeveearr I don’t know why you’re bitching on this feature. It’s a good feature, and a no-brainer to hide it with some basic CSS. If you don’t know the literal basics of CSS (as evidently shown) then you’re clearly a novice WordPress user, nothing wrong with that, but maybe consider that you’re not the most important person when it comes to plugin development for the mass bulk of users out there?

    @qriouslad This plugin is awesome, thanks for your work.

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