Support » Plugin: Adminimize » Hide/disable nav-menus.php + standard post type?

  • Hi,

    I am trying to disable the ability to reach nav-menus.php + standard post type for a specific role.
    I tried adding “nav-menus.php” under Custom slug under Menu Options. Doesn’t work.

    Another thing I cannot figure out is how to disable the standard post type, while leaving the ability to still post custom post types.
    Like disabling post-new.php but still be able to reach post-new.php?post_type=event

    Please help me out!

    Thank you!

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  • Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    The slug of an custom post type is more as his page, like this structure edit.php?post_type=my_cpt. However after a save of the Adminimize settings you should see all menu items inside the settings.

    Also it should work that you disable the standard post type and not a CPT, because the plugin checks the referer and not only the page. In my tests works this without problems.

    Hi Frank,
    I see the custom post types, and it is possible to disable them, which means I cannot access them. But I cannot disable the standard post type. The standard post type is not available in the Menu (i guess my theme hasn’t that activated). But I can still visit /post-new.php and get to that page.
    But adding post-new.php under Menu like this:
    Image of Adminimize options

    Does nothing at all?

    EDIT: Also this one that I am trying to hide, a button inside a custom post type:
    <input id=”background-video-button” class=”button” value=”Select/Upload Video” type=”button”>
    I tried #background-video-button without success under Post / Custom.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by  jockebq.
    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by  jockebq.

    Do you have any Idea why i cant hide standard post, is it Because it is not enabled in my theme? I want it disabled when visiting the URL. Same with nav-menu.php

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    Is the menu item for default post inactive via your theme? Adminimize read the menu items from the menu-variable. Only the items of this variable are inside the settings. The slug for default post is edit.php, if you will add this to the custom options.

    Yes, the menu item for default post is inactive in my theme, so it is not visible in Adminimize.
    I can still reach it from /post-new.php
    I tried adding edit.php to Menu Options, and checked all three options, including the one called Add New (Slug: post-new.php)[__10]. But I can still reach /post-new.php with a user who has this role.

    Weird that it is not working!
    Do you know the setting to add to disable /nav-menus.php too?

    jockebq

    (@jockebq)

    I tried adding this to the theme’s functions.php:
    add_posts_page( $page_title, $menu_title, $capability, $menu_slug, $function);

    This makes the Posts item show up in the dashboard menu. But in Adminimize it is not shown under Menu Options at all?

    I have tried to Update Adminimize clicking Update Options, but it doesn’t show?

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