Questions tagged [admin-menu]

Usually, plugin and theme authors need to provide access to a settings (options) screen so users can customize how the plugin or theme is used. The best way to present the user with such a screen is to create an administration menu item that allows the user to access that settings screen from all the Administration Screens.

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How to add another page in appearance tab of admin panel?

Currently I am working on Wordpress and I want to know can I add 1 more page in admin panel appearance menu so that it looks like this: ? Appearance Themes Widgets Menus Editor I want to add ...
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Not able to give editors acess to new admin menu item

I'm adding an extra menu item in admin menu by using add_menu_page. add_menu_page('Calendar', 'Calendar', 'edit_posts', 'wp-eventcal/eventcal-manager.php'); Still my editors do not see the menu item....
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Saving checkbox/option list status?

my self-made admin panel works just fine, but it doesn't save values of form inputs. When I type something into textbox and click "save" it is still there after refreshing, thanks to PHP: <input ...
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Administration Pages Styling

I am adding administration pages using add_menu_page() function. But it wont look good. Check the image below. I would like to have it as separated and in between Appearance and Plugins section with ...
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Unified Approach for Placing Option Pages

Currently, it is up to any plugin's author as to where to put a link to the plugin's option page. I have seen at least the following "solutions": Plugin list Dashboard menu Plugins menu Appearance ...
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Mimicking admin panel menu from wordpress 3.0.1

I have chosen from a variety of menus for my application only one and it was a wordpress 3.0.1 admin panel menu, but I can't get pass the functionality of it. If to be more distinct I can't ...

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