Support » Plugin: WP Travel - Best Travel Booking WordPress Plugin, Tour Management Engine » ‘WP Travel Menu Changed’ Popup on Dashboard

  • Resolved hsj63

    (@hsj63)


    Hi,

    How can I get rid of this popup for all users? I wish it would never appear.

    Thanks in advance

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  • Plugin Support wensolutionsupport

    (@wensolutionsupport)

    Hello @hsj63,

    First of all thank you very much for using the WP Travel Plugin.

    Regarding your query, we are not quite clear so can you please explain in detail along with your site URL so that we can understand your query properly and help you further?

    Also, please post your query directly in our official support forum so that it would be easy for us to track down your query and helo you further.

    Here is the link to our official support forum below:

    https://wptravel.io/support-forum/forum/wp-travel/

    Thank you.

    hsj63

    (@hsj63)

    Hi,

    After I installed WP Travel Plugin, on WordPress admin, when I click dashboard button option, shows up a popup like this:

    “WP Travel Menu Changed
    We have splited trips menu in two parts: WP Travel & Trips for proper organization of admin links and to make user friendly. Under WP Travel you can find Bookings, Enquiries, Coupons, Trip Extras, Reports, settings.
    View other changes here”

    So, how can I get rid of it on the code?

    Since I’m doing a website for a client with your free option, I really don’t want that to show up until I buy the paid option.

    Is that possible?

    Thanks in advance.

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by hsj63.
    hsj63

    (@hsj63)

    Never mind, I’ve got it..

    Plugin Support wensolutionsupport

    (@wensolutionsupport)

    Hello @hsj63,

    Glad you found the workaround.

    If you have any issues further then please post them in our official support forum mentioned above.

    Thank you.

    Plugin Author WEN Solutions

    (@wen-solutions)

    Ticket closed due to 2 weeks of inactivity.

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