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[Resolved] [Plugin: User Access Manager] UAM does not adjust theme top menu

  • Hi,
    Great plugin!
    With UAM, Vertical/Custom Menu items that a user does not have access to are not displayed.
    However the standard top Menu of my theme/WP keeps showing the menu items to which users have no access. When clicked upon, UAM does prevent access to the page.
    Is there a way to not display top menu items that a user does not have access to?
    Appreciate your suggestions.
    Thanks –
    Tom

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/user-access-manager/

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  • Overlooked the hide full pages option. Checked and problem solved.
    Would however still be nice to have the possibility that when the url to a hidden page is typed in directly into the browser, that the login is presented rather than the 404 page…

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