I am creating a plugin for a custom admin menu based in the admin area.
My wordpress template is consisted of 5 pages with different templates and some custom variables that the end user would be allowed to edit with a custom role I have assigned to him, eg. grunt. The reason I am doing this is so that the user could have the minimum knowledge of interacting with the page admin. For example, I have a page with 6 custom fields that define how the template should be shown, while in another page these field variables change to alter the display effect.
So in my admin menu I would have:
Site Management - Page 1 Admin -> This makes a carousel with 2 items max - Page 2 Admin -> This is a plain text page - Page 3 Admin - Page 4 Admin -> This is a carousel with 4 items max - Page 5 Admin
And so on.
Since my menu is the same as the pages shown + Homepage link, I have used
wp_get_nav_menu_items() function to get those menus. But now I am in a dilemma, trying to access every page's post to edit.
Here is how I list the pages on my admin menu:
$options = get_nav_menu_locations(); $menu_items = wp_get_nav_menu_items($options['main_nav']); $i = 0; foreach ((array) $menu_items as $key => $v): $post = get_post($v->object_id); setup_postdata($post); add_submenu_page('theme_admin2', 'Administration', $v->title, 'edit_posts', 'theme_admin_'.$v->object_id, array(&$this, 'display_page_test')); endforeach;
Each menu item is a submenu page at the moment. How can I pass the $v->object_id variable to the display_page_test function of my plugin class so that I would differentiate my output as well?
I am referring to creating an admin menu using the public menu items as subitems (to the admin). Once a user clicks the subitem it will be an edit screen for the page: title, body and image. This is the only view that the customer will see + profile. I've created that page, but I cannot send the object id of each menu to the callback function that creates the submenu pages.