I am creating one custom setting panel, my codes are
Is there a page on the WP documentation someplace that lists the order numbers for the default menu items in the Admin panel on WordPress? Cannot find anything on line that just gives a clear numbering system such as “Posts = 1” “Media = 5” etc etc.
Disclaimer: This question is not about “frontend” nav menu
I am sorting a custom post on a page by a meta key called
Order ordered by
DESC followed by a meta key called
Sub order ordered by
ASC but I can’t fathom how to do the same sorting in the WordPress Admin area and I can’t find any examples that combine the
$query->set('property', 'value') syntax with an array assuming that’s the correct method.
I have added a page in the admin menu(pxmag-menu) and a submenu(pxmag-plans). There is another page(pxmag-plans-edit) set under the submenu(pxmag-plans) as the parent page.
I try to make custom theme option, a switch select option can change $bannerchange value. but i cannot add/update value of $bannerchange, select option inside a form. working fine with submit button but come to
onchange="this.form.submit() the select option not changing.
I’m trying to build a plugin menu using wordpress components but it appears all the styles are missing. For ex. the button isn’t colored the primary(Blue) in the following sandbox..
I created a plugin, and used the add_admin_menu() to add some page for users to put their Api keys and secret word.
My page content is just a form to collect those data the users puts in, now my question is apart from sending data to database as to always retrieve them there, is there another place i can store those keys and secret word?
Is there a way to still show the admin toolbar and/or the main wordpress admin menu in the admin post page?
“client” is a custom post type because I have to add several metaboxes.
For a better ergonomy on admin side, I would like to add my custom post type “client” as “users” submenu.