Bringing the menu to the left side.

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  • #37615


    Hello WP ERP, and all the other great people.

    Really loving WP-ERP! Awesome job!

    I came across one big question, I'm sure someone out there has implemented this. How can we bring the WP-ERP top menu to the WordPress admin menu area?

    Really appreciate it πŸ™‚

  • #37620

    Mehedi Hasan

    Hello M1ngaa, You'd like to replace the WordPress default top admin bar? This one?->

    No, it's really not possible by default.

    • #37625


      Thank you for your quick reply. But no, not that πŸ™‚

      This is what I would like to bring to the WP Admin menu:

      We already did this multiple ways, but each implementation broke some other WP ERP function. Such as breaking the Modal window, or breaking the call_back pages when switching from tab to tab in employee information etc.

      So here I am, asking the people who developed it πŸ™‚ I’m sure this will help many other users as well πŸ™‚

      Thank you, really looking forward to your reply. We’re really close to purchasing more of your add-ons as well (if that helps πŸ™‚

  • #37673


    You can close this. Figured it out πŸ™‚

    All those wondering, can write to this thread.

  • #40749


    Hi m1ngaa, could you share how you did this?


    • #40981


      I used Admin Menu Editor Pro.

      When adding menus using the Admin Menu Editor Pro, you must check WP ERP capabilities given in erp/modules/hrm/includes/admin/class-menu.php and apply the needed capabilities. So you basically just get the URL of the menu, add the capabilities and that's it. And use simple css to hide the top area menu if you want to hide the default WP ERP top area menu…

      If you want to take things further, you can use plugins like Clientside to make things really pretty. I've done the project while ago and delivered it with lots of customization, even WP experts in the company didn't know it was WordPress.

      Good luck. Hope I helped.

    • #41050


      You were more than helpful.

      Thank you so much.

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