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Admin Toolbar Menus

Admin Toolbar Menus

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18 Reviews - Trustscore 4.94

This project was last updated September 21, 2022 byCloodo

About Up Admin Toolbar Menus

Add 3 new menu locations to the WordPress toolbar so you can quickly and easily create your own custom toolbar menus using the built in WordPress menus page.
Supports multi level and works seamlessly with the existing toolbar menus.

Locations

  • First menu location is under the ‘Site Name’ menu dropdown on the left side.
  • Second menu location is along the main toolbar.
  • Third menu location is under the ‘Howdy / My Account’ dropdown.

    Super simple to use, just like building any other menu in WordPress using the menus page.
    No settings, just ‘plug and play’.

Features

  • Simple toolbar menu customization using WordPress menus
  • Seamless integration with the existing WordPress menus
  • No Settings, just ‘plug and play’

Feedback

  • I am open to your suggestions and feedback – Thanks for checking out this plugin!
  • Hit me up via the support forums or my website
  • Follow @benbodhi on Twitter

Translations

Note: This plugin is localized/translateable by default. This is very important for all users worldwide. So please contribute your language to the plugin to make it even more useful. For translating I recommend the awesome “Codestyling Localization” plugin and for validating the “Poedit Editor”.

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2022-09-22

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Hi, I must congratulate you for identifying this problem and putting this together. Simple and easy… perhaps you could build on it an make it more intuitive, like a drop down it is now, with all current admin items dynamically updates as they grow, so we would not need to go to the dashboard ever again… just a suggestion, but very helpful, a fresh breath of air

Review on February 11, 2022

This makes adding menus to the admin toolbar super easy!
I have had to code a number of toolbar menus for clients in the past, now I can just use the WordPress menus, a simple drag and drop ????

Review on February 11, 2022

It’s amazing how much difference small things can make. I think even a big difference, if it only applies twice a year, isn’t that big. By contrast, something small, if you use it many times a day, is huge. Like the friction from 1 grain of sand. It’s small, but it really adds up.

Markdown is that way for me. It’s not that different from HTML. Yet it makes every post every day easier and faster, and that’s huge.

And that’s exactly where Admin Toolbar Menus fits in my workflow. Having to go to the dashboard before every backend visit is a pain. And the default menu choices on the frontend don’t fit my use. WP gives you a frontend menu for Themes, where I never go, but not for Plugins, where I go a lot.

Admin Toolbar Menus lets me have a straight path to Posts or Pages or Users, whatever I do a lot of on a given site. It’s small, but enormously valuable!

Thank you so much!!

Review on February 11, 2022

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