Admin Menu Editor Pro WordPress Plugin 2.9.1

Make WordPress Simpler and Easier to Use for Clients and directly edit the WordPress admin menu. You can re-order, hide or rename existing menus, add custom menus and more.
ADMIN MENU EDITOR PRO

Make WordPress Simpler and Easier to Use for Clients

  • Edit menu permissions
  • Get organized: Move items with drag & drop, create new menus, hide or rename items, add submenu separators
  • Customize every aspect of a menu item
  • Protect important user accounts from being edited or deleted
  • Hide installed plugins from other users on the “Plugins” page
  • Add-on: Toolbar Editor lets you edit the WordPress Toolbar (a.k.a Admin Bar)

Features

 Hide menus from roles or users

Change menu permissions with just a couple of clicks. Click a role, uncheck the menu items that you want to hide, and check the ones that you want to show. You can also change permissions for individual users. For example, you could hide a menu from everyone except yourself, or give a user access to a specific admin page without changing their role.

 Organize the menu with drag and drop

Make WordPress easier to use by moving frequently used menu items to the top. You can also move menu items from one submenu to another, or to the main menu. Want a top-level link to “Add New Post” or to a specific plugin? You can do that. Got an unruly plugin that puts its admin page in the wrong place? Move it to “Settings” instead.

 Choose from over 600 menu icons

The plugin comes with a large collection of icons from the Dashicons and FontAwesome icon fonts. You can upload your own PNG or GIF icons through the Media Library, or enter the icon URL manually. You can also add icons to submenu items.

 Change menu colors

Edit the background, text, icon, and highlight colors. You can apply your changes to the entire admin menu, or customize the colors of individual items.

 Create new menu items

You can add your own links to the admin menu. You can also make a custom menu that embeds the contents of a post or page in the WordPress admin. Finally, it’s possible to create non-clickable items, which can be useful for things like section headers in complex admin menus.

 Make menus open in a new tab or an iframe

Let’s say you’re building a site for a non-technical client and you want to make a tutorial page or an external service look like it’s part of WordPress. The “Open in: Frame” option can help with that. It will display the linked page in a borderless frame. For completeness, a “new window” option (i.e. target="_blank") is also included.

 Import and export menu settings

Export your admin menu configuration to a file, then import it on another site.

 Hide plugins

Hide individual entries on the “Plugins” page. As with menu items, you can hide them from everyone, or only from specific roles or users.

 Apply your branding

Use the Branding add-on to replace the default WordPress branding with your own. You can replace the WordPress logo, customize the login page, change the admin color scheme, hide the WordPress version and core update notifications, and so on.

 Edit the Admin Bar

The optional Toolbar Editor add-on lets you customize the Admin Bar, which is also known as the WordPress Toolbar. You can hide toolbar items, change their order with drag & drop, rename items, add new links, and more.

Admin Menu Editor Pro WordPress Plugin
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Version: 2.9.1

License: GPL

Updated: September 8, 2019

Changelog:

Fixed a minor conflict with Toolset Types.
Fixed a conflict with the MailPoet plugin where it was not possible to change the plugin’s menu icon.
Fixed a bug where the plugin could misidentify certain core menus that have different URLs for different roles.
Fixed a bug where the plugin could generate incorrect URLs for submenu items where the parent menu URL contained HTML entities like “&”.
Fixed an issue where certain vulnerability scanners showed a warning about one of the plugin files because it used the eval() function. This particular instance of eval() was not a security flaw, but it has been now been removed to prevent further false positives.
Fixed a bug where the plugin could show an incorrect error message when a menu item was hidden due to there being another hidden menu item with the same URL.
Fixed a minor issue with field alignment in menu properties.
The “Site Health” menu will no longer be highlighted as a new menu.

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