(I have the Premium version.)
As pointed out in the Support-area I also miss the 3 layer menus, but as the author said it's not an easy fit since WordPress is working the way it is. Also the interface is a bit slow to work with, because sometimes you have to copy/cut & paste some of the plug-ins items instead of just drag&drop.
Anyway. This plug-in took care of the mess and it's worth the time; now I have the WordPress default menus first in a row, then all the 3rd party plug-ins and as a third menu all the Statistic-related stuff. I found it very annoying before when some of the 3rd party plug-ins automatically get into the Settings or other menus etc. I'd rather have those next to each other.
but its not very pretty and doesn't match the WP UI at all.
exactly what I was looking for
I created my own role (called Super Admin) and I want only Super Admin roles onwards can view the specific menu but if I selected it, it would only show Super Admin, not onwards (including me cannot see).
I wonder what happens if I put all menu to Super Admin role (including this plugin's settings), I would have permanently lost full control of this site.
This one is great, thanks for it. But it wold be sweet, is you can put some admin menu items in to another - make it hierarchical. But i cna't find any simple solution for this, so it is probably hard one.
de mucha utilidad
very handy to narrow down the access to only allowed parts for specific user group.
a basic plugin when you collaborate your projects with customers who really want to edit themself parts of it.
This plugin is just great to clean the mess up in the admin menu. Why all the plugins don't go in the same place by default ? Just drag and drop and voila, now they have their own menu!
And my users can't access anymore to some functionalities of the backend, great!
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