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  • Resolved heykymmie

    (@heykymmie)


    I have, TinyMCE Advanced inside the Settings Menu.

    However, I want to create a parent menu, “Fave Tools” in which I want to include/move the TinyMCE Advanced sub-level

    I followed your instructions,

    Modify the main menu of WordPress. Please note if you are moving a sub-level menu item to the top level menu you may get the following error message when trying to access the page: “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page.” To get around this for the moment I recommend firstly restoring your menu back to the WordPress default and instead of moving the menu item, keep it where it is and hide it, and then create a new menu item on the top level that goes to the same link as the hidden child menu item.

    But I still get the “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page.” error. What to do?

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  • Plugin Author Northern Beaches Websites

    (@northernbeacheswebsites)

    Hi @heykymmie,

    Some menu items require their parent items to be a certain menu item otherwise permission errors can appear. This can happen with the WooCommerce plugin as well. I am not sure of a solution to this.

    Thank you,

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