This is a sponsored article. If you manage a WordPress website, you've probably faced a common problem. How do you get insight into all of your content at a glance? WordPress' admin area does not show you much about your pages, posts, users and comments.
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It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. To be specific, I want to add a custom form to the woocommerce edit product page, from my WP plugin.
Admin Menu Editor lets you manually edit the Dashboard menu. The Pro version lets you set per-role menu permissions, hide a menu from everyone except a specific user, export your admin menu, drag items between menu levels, make menus open in a new window and more. Try online demo. The plugin will automatically load your current menu configuration the first time you run it. This will enable you to edit the Dashboard menu for all sites and users at once. However, this will make the plugin visible to normal users when it is inactive e. Other users will see the customized Dashboard menu, but be unable to edit it.
It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. It displays two columns: 'Plugin' and 'Description' screenshot. How can I add a new column to this table, and display data of my choosing? But can I use it to modify the existing plugins table? Alternatively, if I could add additional information to the existing 'Description' column--as other plugins do screenshot --that would be acceptable. And there are hooks which you can use to modify the table columns, content, etc. Here are some of the hooks, which are relevant in your case:. People who code: we want your input. Take the Survey.