Admin Menu Editor - Version 1.2.2

Version Description

  • Replaced a number of icons from the "Silk" set with GPL-compatible alternatives.
  • Tested with WP 3.6.
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Developer whiteshadow
Plugin Icon 128x128 Admin Menu Editor
Version 1.2.2
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Code changes from version 1.2.1 to 1.2.2

css/menu-editor.css CHANGED
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/* user-created items */
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.ws_custom_item_flag {
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- background-image: url('../images/page_white_add.png');
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}
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/* items not present in the default menu */
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/* hidden items */
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.ws_hidden_flag {
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- background-image: url('../images/plugin_disabled.png');
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}
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/* These classes could be used to apply different styles to items depending on their flags */
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/* user-created items */
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.ws_custom_item_flag {
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+ background-image: url('../images/page-add.png');
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}
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/* items not present in the default menu */
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/* hidden items */
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.ws_hidden_flag {
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+ background-image: url('../images/icon-extension-grey.png');
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}
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/* These classes could be used to apply different styles to items depending on their flags */
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+ $icons = array(
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+ 'copy' => '/gion/edit-copy.png',
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+ 'paste' => '/gnome-icon-theme/edit-paste.png',
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+ 'new' => '/page-add.png',
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+ 'delete' => '/page-delete.png',
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+ 'new-separator' => '/separator-add.png',
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+ );
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+ foreach($icons as $name => $url) {
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+ }
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+ <a id='ws_copy_menu' class='ws_button' href='javascript:void(0)' title='Copy'><img src='<?php echo $icons['copy']; ?>' alt="Copy" /></a>
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Description: Lets you directly edit the WordPress admin menu. You can re-order, hide or rename existing menus, add custom menus and more.
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*/
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* Fixed incorrect icon alignment when running the MP6 admin UI.
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+ Tested up to: 3.6
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+ Stable tag: 1.2.2
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== Changelog ==
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+ * Replaced a number of icons from the "Silk" set with GPL-compatible alternatives.
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+ * Tested with WP 3.6.
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