Acest modul nu a fost testat cu ultimele 3 versiuni importante ale WordPress. S-ar putea să nu mai fie întreținut sau susținut și ar putea avea probleme de compatibilitate când este folosit cu versiuni recente ale WordPress.

Quick Configuration Links

Descriere

This plugin will add a „Settings” link to every active plugin listed on the „Plugins” page (right next to the „Deactivate” and „Edit” links). This makes it easy to acccess plugin configuration without hunting through the entire dashboard menu.

The plugin finds the right admin page by automatically scanning through the WordPress menu structure to detect configuration-related plugin pages. Lab trials shown success rate of over 95%.

Additional notes :

  • Quick Configuration Links will automatically skip plugins that add their own custom link(s) to their „Plugins” page listing.
  • If a plugin has only one menu entry, the „Settings” link will always point to that page – even it has nothing to do with configuration. This is by design.

Instalare

Install it just like any other plugin :

  1. Download the .zip archive and extract it.
  2. Upload the quick-configuration-links directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activează modulul în meniul „Module” din WordPress

You may need to refresh the page before the „Settings” will appear.

Verificări

Nu există nicio verificare pentru acest modul.

Contributori și dezvoltatori

„Quick Configuration Links” este un software open-source. La acest modul au contribuit următoarele persoane.

Contributori

Istoric modificări

1.4.9

  • Fixed a potential fatal error that could be caused by an uncaught exception.
  • Tested up to WordPress 5.2.

1.4.8

  • Fixed the „array_shift() expects parameter 1 to be array, object given” warning that showed up when using the plugin with WP 4.7.

1.4.6

  • Tested up to WordPress 4.2.

1.4.5

  • Tested up to WP 4.2-alpha.
  • Fixed a URL generation bug that caused the plugin to display non-functioning „Settings” links for plugins that place their settings page under a custom top level menu (e.g. „My Plugin -> Settings”).