Support » Plugin: Adminimize » [Plugin: Adminimize] Hide page and subpages (edit.php)

  • Resolved jokerot


    I need to hide edit.php and edit.php***…

    i hide edit.php page and i worked, but when i click on any other link e.g.
    drafts ( edit.php?post_status=draft&post_type=post )
    all (…)
    it show the hidden stuff again.
    now i need all that hidden.

    i searched a bit and found this
    $def_post_pages = array( ‘edit.php’, ‘post.php’, ‘post-new.php’ );
    in adminimize.php
    and when i try to add ‘edit.php?post_status=publish&post_type=post’
    inside it wont work but when remove any of those inside it seem to be the right place to add the string .
    Is it something with the strings or…
    Any help will be appreciated.

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  • Hello everyone!

    I want to disable some backend menus for the administrator (and leave them available only for a super-admin role).

    Ok, so i checked the Users (users.php) and Add New User (user-new.php) and now i wanted to uncheck them and make them available again for the administrator. This doesn’t work anymore! I can’t uncheck them at all. I tried with all the other menus and everything works except for these two items – very strange! So i tried to check (disable) them for the “Editors” and then when i tried to uncheck the boxes again – surprise – it won’t work. So once checked, those boxes keep their status forever and ever.

    Any suggestions? Any trick to uncheck them directly from the database?


    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge


    you can always remove the settings, the last box in settings page of Adminimize reset to default.
    Maybe i will check this, i dont see an problem in my tests.

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge


    qjokerot: now i have fixed, next release works it.

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