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  • Plugin Author marcelotorres

    (@marcelotorres)

    Hi cloud100, found a solution? I’ll check how solve this

    Any update on this?
    I want my Authors also to be able to add and edit slides images.
    This is the only features that is required that will make the plugin the best one out there for responsive slideshows.

    Marcelo,

    Also needs to be visible to editors users.
    It would be nice a separate menu “Slide”, off the “Appearance” menu.
    I would like to hide the “Settings” tab of the editors users.
    Tab “Crop Image”, I can not increase the width of proportional selection with the height.

    It’s a great plugin, congratulations!

    You need to modify only one line plugin. Be careful with the update because your changes will be undone, unless the author of the plugin do by default.

    Within the plugin folder, go to the folder “classes” and open the file “options.php”.

    – Find the line 38 or in the code: $capability = 'manage_options'
    – Modify the entire line to: $capability = 'read'

    There, all users can edit the slides.

    BONUS:

    To create a menu item, which is above the item “Appearance”, insert it in your functions.php:

    // Add menu item for slider banner
    function add_drafts_admin_menu_item() {
      add_menu_page( __('Slider Banner'), __('Slider Banner'), 'read', 'themes.php?page=simple-responsive-slider', '', 'dashicons-images-alt', '59.5' );
    }
    
    add_action( 'admin_menu', 'add_drafts_admin_menu_item' );

    Ok, many topics ont he same question, but no answers.

    As I pointed out in a other topic, this solution will give you an error saying “Cheatin’ uh?”

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