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I want to create a custom WordPress-dashboard for one of my cliënts. Now I want to hide the "appearance"-menu in the dashboard, but I want the submenu "Menus" to be visible as a mainmenu-item.

The "appearance"-menu is normally automaticly hidden since the client's profile has an editor-role. So I bring the "appearance" menu back for editors like this:

// get the the role object
$role_object = get_role( 'editor' );
// add $cap capability to this role object
$role_object->add_cap( 'edit_theme_options' );

I can hide the other submenu-items with CSS, but then I still got the "appearance"-menu and I don't want the cliënt to change the theme.

Is there any solution to make the submenu "Menus" visible as a mainmenu-item?

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At first you have to remove the submenu and then add it again. The code should look something like this:

add_action( 'admin_menu', 'register_my_custom_menu_page' );

function register_my_custom_menu_page( ) {
    remove_submenu_page( 'themes.php','nav-menus.php') ; 
    add_menu_page( 'Menus', 'menu', 'manage_options', 'nav-menus.php' );
}

See the WordPress Codex

  • That makes sense, awesome! Worked fine over here, thanks. – Stijn Van den Bogaert Jan 11 '14 at 23:05

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