How can get a modal window to work from within the wordpress admin? I want to create a modal window that will work from a meta box within the wp-admin. Any ideas?
WordPress obviously comes from a blogging background but can be used to serve sites with a lot of Pages. However, where it falls short for me is not in regard to performance but in the Admin area’s handling of lots of Pages, child pages etc. It quickly becomes a chore to move through the list […]
I’d like to have a custom field interface show up only when a certain template is assigned to a particular WordPress page. Any ideas?
I’m aware of the WP_List_Table class (which has helped tremendously as it stands). However, I’m hunting for something even more capable – some form of API whereby you could simply ‘register’ a MySQL table, pass field_name => label translations, and all the hard graft (menu links, table-generation, pagination, column sorting) & possibly data exporting (CSV […]
Is there a plugin that allows me to change the url of domain.com/wp-admin to domain.com/whatever-iwant ? Curious if there is an easy solution to this by now.
We want to design the widgets page in the admin panel a little differently, mainly in order to help the site administrator understand where each widget will appear in the site: For that, we need to change the HTML that widgets.php renders (simply changing the css isn’t enough). How would we go about doing that […]
I’ve been playing around with code snippets which add meta data to admin searches. The best snippet I’ve found was written by Stefano on this question. However, it appears to have 1, annoying bug when searching non-meta terms. Here are some grabs from my local dev install. I’ve printed the 2 MySQL queries onto the […]
I want to disable this just for one Post Type, as it doesn’t really matters if there’s another user editing it (the main content editing area is Ajaxified and non-admins can only see that). I looked at the core functions but couldn’t find an entry point. From the function wp_set_post_lock I’m guessing that I’d have […]
I have a special case where I’d like to order posts in a custom order and it would be great to use the “menu_order” field that is normally only used for pages. What would be the best way to expose that in the WordPress admin UI?