I'm using a plugin called CMS Page Order http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cms-page-order/ (Now referred to as CPO)
It's pretty simple, the said plugin adds a new item to the submenu of every custom post type. The menu item leads to a page where you can reorder the posts of the certain post type.
I've added so that you can create new posts directly from this view, so basically it's like the default edit post view in Wordpress, but you can reorder your posts aswell. This renders the usual post edit page pretty useless.
So my question is, is there a way for me to remove the "All post type's" submenu item (
edit.php?post_type=nameofposttype) replacing it with this menu item created by CPO while also making the top level menu item itself point to the page created by CPO.
What I've been trying to do is to try to replace the top level menu item with the URL of the submenu item created by CPO using the plugin Admin Menu Editor, but changing the URL via the plugin is not allowed it seems. I then tried moving the CPO menu item to the top of the submenu as I noticed that the top level menu item points to the topmost submenu item (ie "All pages/posts"). That did not work either, as it produces an URL that is erroneous (it makes the top level menu item point to
Here's some images to further explain what I mean.
Here's how the top level item behaves as default (
Now here's what happens if I move my page with the special menu handler to the top. The top level item gets a new URL, but it's erroneous (
Here's the URL that the special menu handler page has, the URL that the top level menu item should have (
So, how can I change the top level menu item to the URL I want?