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  • #35808

    cravenplan99
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    Hi there,

    Could you let me know the best way to add/remove elements from the dashboard left side menu please? Also how to edit the logged in drop down menu?

    Many thanks

    #35811

    Aron Verhoeven
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    Hi Cravenplan99,

    1. Go to Settings, Citybook Add-ons, Membership, scroll down for Dashboard Menu. From there you can disable the dashboard items.

    2. What would you like to change? Mostly you can arrange with some CSS.

    Good luck.

    Aron Verhoeven

    #35819

    Br4in5t0rm
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    Add to Dashboard menu: https://prnt.sc/p2e0p5

    Edit logged in menu: support.cththemes.com/?topic=add-message-link-to-logged-in-user-menu

    #35847

    CTHthemes
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    Thank you Aron Verhoeven and Br4in5t0rm

    #35869

    cravenplan99
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    Thank you so much for your help. I might be being a bit dim but I cannot see this folder structure in my ftp. (Add to Dashboard menu: https://prnt.sc/p2e0p5) What is the full file link please? I get a lot of folders but I cannot see a citybook-add-ons one?

    #35878

    Br4in5t0rm
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    Hey CRAVenplan99

    I’m using cpanel so I don’t know how other server home structure works but mine is:
    🏠public_html/wp-content/plugins/citybook-add-ons/shortcodes

    Remember if you are making changes to php files, copy them to your child theme so you don’t lose changes made when Citybook theme has updates.
    You will need to create folder in child theme called ‘cth_listing’ and copy folders with php files in them to this folder. Now you can edit your child theme separate from your parent theme and never lose changes you made

    #35880

    cravenplan99
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    Thank you so much. Basically I am trying to use this to set up my members area so am needing to add new pages in here as well as the ability for my members to add/edit their listings. I think this is the best way to achieve this but I do not write php (but can manipulate it a bit).

    #35890

    Br4in5t0rm
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    Try searching on the forum for related keywords, sometimes you can find a solution.
    I’m new to php too, check mmtuts channel on YouTube to get a good understanding. All the best!

    #35915

    CTHthemes
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    It’s under shortcodes folder: https://prnt.sc/p3ow85

    #35960

    cravenplan99
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    Many thanks again for your help. Once a member has logged in and has access to a members area (ie Dashboard). I then need to create a lot of members pages. These will need to be normal WordPress pages so that the client can go in and edit these pages. I can see I can add links by amending the listings.php but how do I get those new members pages to link to a secure area please?

    #35990

    CTHthemes
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    Hello cravenplan99, I don’t understand your question well.

    #36039

    cravenplan99
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    #36066

    CTHthemes
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    #36071

    cravenplan99
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    #36095

    CTHthemes
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    Check this doc: https://docs.cththemes.com/docs/advance-features/override-citybook-add-ons-templates/

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