Editing pages in WordPress is too slow. You spend hours going back and forth to the backend dashboard, finding pages to edit, going into your page editor of choice be it Gutenberg, Elementor or whatever else, saving and then repeating the entire process in backwards just to view the page!
Admin Page Spider makes working in WordPress infinitely more sensible.
You get a menu of all your pages & posts right in your WordPress Admin Bar. Now you can jump to any of your content to start working on it, without having to bounce around wasting time for pages to load.
Ultra-lightweight, this plugin increases your development speed without any impact to customers, saving hours of time clicking & waiting unnecssarily.
See the screenshots tab for more details.
Actual tests show almost a 40% time saving in the time it takes to work and build your website – especially if you’re using a builder, or css tool or have multiple pages, products like an ecommerce store, or simply a lot of pages or blog articles.
You can either install it automatically from the WordPress admin, or do it manually:
Unzip the archive and put the admin-page-spider folder into your plugins folder (/wp-content/plugins/).
Activate the plugin from the Plugins menu.
In your dashboard go to the Settings -> Admin Page Spider. Set the desired menus to ‘Display’ and hit save. Most settings are enabled by default when you activate the plugin.
The Free Version only supports Pages and Posts, but with the premium version, you get a TON more features! Connect to any post type that you’re using and open up a page directly in that tool.
For example you could see a nice convenient list of all your woocommerce products. Or you could see all your Pods and ACF setups with a glance. Or open a page directly in Elementor. It truly becomes powerful when you combine this with third party plugin support.
✓ Search & Filter
✓ Custom Menus
✓ QuickAccess Menu
✓ Multisite Support
✓ Pro Branding Removed
✓ Beaver Builder
✓ Visual Composer
✓ CSS Hero
✓ Brizy Builder
✓ Yellow Pencil
✓ Advanced Custom Fields
✓ Easy Digital Downloads
And much more!
Contributori și dezvoltatori
„Admin Page Spider” este un software open-source. La acest modul au contribuit următoarele persoane.Contributori
- WordPress 6.3.1 compatability
- Compatability with php8+
- Improved meta descriptions
- Updated menus and settings
- Tested with WordPress 6.0
- Cleaned up menus for clarity
- Updated links to new domain
- Tested with WordPress 5.7
- Six monthly code relevancy & integrity review
- Tested with WordPress 5.5.
- Updated slightly broken menu formatting on WordPress 5.4 menu aesthetic changes on some browsers.
- Updated CSS to remove !important declarations for compatability with more admin themers.
- Improved display of icon of page & post menu items.
- Tested with WordPress 5.2.
- Changed ‘view’ icon to a ‘pop out’ icon from the ‘search’ icon, to better represent its function.
- Fixed the WordPress 5.0 sub-menu displaying small triangle on Admin Page Spider menus.
- Added updates to settings array info.
- Hotfix broken variable
- Tested with WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg editor – added support for Classic Editor for those who still wish to use old editor
- Fixed CSS declarations on menus overriding WordPress admin profile skin
* Fixed count() errors for PHP 7+ servers
* Tested with WordPress 4.95
- Tested with WordPress 4.9
- Tested with WordPress 4.8
- Updated all functions to use ProPack’s recursive array.
- A single database call means it’s faster & lightweight!
- Improved various other code sections & Styling.
- NEW – WordPress Posts now in Admin Page Spider!
- Added some conditionals to initial load so only loads assets if needed
- Highlights current page/post in menu
- Made separate from Pro version so version inconsistencies don’t occur. (Can delete if you have the ProPack!)
- Previously Declared variable fix.
- Removed now defunct settings link.
- NEW!: Added recursive heirarchy for menus. Now will correctly display any nested levels of pages with the correct menu heirarchy.
- Added alternating pipe & increasing level of indentation for subsequent nested levels
- Added ‘order’ to the sorting parameter so users can customise the menu list heirarchy. Can be set by editing the page -> and setting the ‘order’ value. Pages will order by date if no order value is set.
- Fixed uninstall errors
- Fixed activation/deactivation logic & cleanup of old database settings
- Moved all settings fields & sections to a single unified file.
- Fixed pro/not-pro messages displaying properly
- Added settings sections to better communicate new features.
- Fixed issue of array_search variable error and not displaying default value.
- Changed classname to V2 Suffix to avoid installation issues with earlier versions of pro-pack
- Added sorting functionality to code base – will possibly add a way you can choose how to sort your pages (alphabetically etc)
- Huge refactoring of code for more re-usability and future wordpress transient usage.
- Updated Author urls to reflect domain change.
- Removed affiliate links due to wordpress rules & continued support
- Improved loading of styles
- Fixed some comments and readmetxt
- Added quick access item to settings for people who don’t realise there are settings.
- Added an icon to make it more apparent that the primary menu is clickable.
- Added a hook for additional styles to be added by each individual plugin without adding more bloat to the css.
- Made default min width a little larger
- Added a slight transparency so you can see underneath
- Removed String Length code which was causing weird characters
- Issues occuring with browsers and scroll bar hiding the submenu items so have moved all submenus into the main menu heirarchy with padding indentation. Should now work on all browsers.
- Added ‘view’ icons to simply view the page instead of edit.
- Added ‘Title’ tags to almost every menu item to provide more explanation.
- Critical fix of submenu edit links for wordpress pages taking you to edit for the primary page.
- Added hooks for adding support & new features.
- Moved various features around for code sustainability
- Cleaned up Admin Pages & added checks for administrator rights so non users don’t see a weird thing in their menubar.
- Added link to settings in the plugin page
- Added activation/Deactivation & uninstall cleanup
- Fixed syntax error with get_option array variable
- Added CSS to handle really long lists of pages
- Added filter to remove now redundant edit links from menu
- Merged Pull request for handling urls which already have a parameter added (credit: badabingbreda)
- Added basic localisation (thanks badabingbreda) , updated readme a bunch of times and made code less conflict-risky with bbPress
- Initial Launch