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Rem out menu parts

Thread began 12/28/2012 1:21 pm by Larry Olsen | Last modified 12/28/2012 2:54 pm by Larry Olsen | 2875 views | 4 replies |

Larry Olsen

Rem out menu parts

I refer you to showthread.php?t=24645

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In it Jason said:

power messenger does not offer different levels of administrative users. any Administrator has full control of the options in the Admin panel.

you can edit the Webassist/plugins/admin_menu/menu.php file and comment or remove the menu items you don't wish the client to have access to if you like.
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This has not worked for me. What is the process in the latest version? How do I disable a menu item in the administrator's page?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The process is the same in the latest version. you need to edit the power messenger Webassist/plugins/admin_menu/menu.php file to remove any menu items that you dont want the client to access.

make you are editing the menu file under the power messenger folder, and that you upload any changes to the server.

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Larry Olsen

Very strange but when I do the standard remming process for php I get the menu unchanged except that the "//" now appears in the menu. I completely removed the line and that worked.

The programming gods work in strange ways.

This was all done on the production server.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the code for each menu item is HTML code.

using PHP commenting syntax:
//

will not work for HTML code, that will only work for PHP code that is between opening php tags:

php:
<?php



and closing php tags:

php:
?>



this is an example of a valid PHP comment:

php:
<?php
//$foo = "bar";
?>
<h1>Header</h1>




this is not:

php:
<?php
//$foo = "bar";
?>
//<h1>Header</h1>



to comment the HTML <h1> tag in the previous example, you would need to use an HTML comment:

php:
<?php
//$foo = "bar";
?>
<!--<h1>Header</h1>-->



I'm betting that you are using PHP commenting syntax on HTML code, for example:

php:
//<li><a href="../../../admin_pm/mailing_groups.php">Groups</a></li>



when you should be using HTML commenting syntax:

php:
<!--<li><a href="../../../admin_pm/mailing_groups.php">Groups</a></li>-->



just because the menu file is a php file, it does not mean that all of the code in it is PHP code.

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Larry Olsen

Bingo!!!

I stand corrected. That worked.

Thank you, Jason...Happy New Year.

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