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Did you know that you can create custom WordPress admin pages with Cusmin? Custom admin pages are useful when you want to show some content to your users in the WordPress admin panel. It could be a help documentation, intro description, FAQ or legal documents. You can add images, tables or formatted text like you would do in your regular posts.
Cusmin custom admin pages support shortcodes.
Go to Cusmin Settings page > Content tab > Custom Pages
Click on the New Custom Page button. A form will appear:
You can add content like images, tables, text in different formats, short-codes etc, like you do with your regular blog posts.
Note: Clicking on the Confirm changes button will not save the changes to the back end. The changes will be preserved only after clicking the master Apply button.
When you add custom pages, Cusmin will create top-level admin menu buttons for them and append them to the bottom of the admin menu:
Click on the edit button (pencil icon) next to the menu item in the Cusmin Admin Menu Editor. There you would be able to fully customize your buttons. You can even change the order of your custom buttons.
Note: By default, Cusmin will set button names as the title pages. You can change button names here and use custom names instead page names.
In some situations, you would rather have a custom page that shows up when user logs in, instead of the default WordPress dashboard page that contains dashboard widgets. Here are the steps to achieve that: