Simplifying Menu Manager

4 years 1 month ago - 3 years 11 months ago #52473 by iamrobert
When you want to add a new menu item - does it annoy you that you see a whole lot of choices that you don't want to make.

Or clients want to click "articles" instead of FLEXIcontent? Who uses weblinks? Tags?

Hide them all or only some:

Here's my fix:
1. In administrator/templates/isis/html/ - copy the zip file folder structure into the html folder.
2. Find the offending section you want to remove and remove it with css:
.h-articles {display: none;}

3. Inspect the element you want to remove and find the css class:
eg Users Manager - the corresponding css will be:
3. To get you started this is already added:
<style type="text/css">
.h-articles, .h-configurationmanager, .h-contacts, .h-newsfeeds, .h-callender, .h-wrapper, .h-search, .h-tags, .h-weblinks {display: none;}

Add or remove whatever you like in the file.

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4 years 1 month ago #52485 by micker
Replied by micker on topic Simplifying Menu Manager
great propose maybe include in core ?

FLEXIcontent is Free but involves a very big effort on our part.
Like the our support? (for a bug-free FC, despite being huge extension) Like the features? Like the ongoing development and future commitment to FLEXIcontent?
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