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WPHazie is a WordPress White label plugin that allows you to customize the appearance of the WordPress admin section.

It is designed to be easy to use, even for those who don’t have programming knowledge, and offers a powerful user interface for branding the admin area as your own software. To install the plugin, follow these steps:

  1. Download the WPHzie plugin folder from your themeshopee.com member page.
  2. Open the /Plugin-files/ folder and copy the entire WPHazie folder. Paste it into the /wp-content/plugins/ folder on your website. Make sure not to copy the entire “Plugin-files” folder.
  3. Log in to the WordPress admin section and go to the plugins page. If you placed the plugin folder in the correct location, you should see the WPHazie plugin in the list.
  4. Click the “Activate” link next to the WPHazie plugin name.
  5. After activating the plugin, the default color scheme of the WordPress admin theme will change, and a number of new menu options will be added to the admin menu, allowing you to customize the colors and elements of the WordPress admin theme according to your desire.

After activating the plugin, it will ask for a license key to activate. Just paste the license key that you can copy from your member’s page.

To hide specific users from the users list (users.php page) in WordPress, follow these steps:

  • Go to the WPHazie -> Hide WP Users and select the checkboxes next to the usernames that you want to hide.
  • To control who can view the full list of users in WordPress, you can use the privilege users feature of the WPHazie plugin. This allows you to choose which users have the ability to see the full list of users in the WordPress users.php page.

Hide WordPress users from WordPress users.php page

To hide specific plugins from the plugins list (plugins.php page) in WordPress, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the WPHazie -> Hide WP Plugins and select the checkboxes next to the plugin names that you want to hide.
  2. To control who can view the full list of plugins in WordPress, you can use the privilege users feature of the WPHazie plugin. This allows you to choose which users have the ability to see the full list of plugins on the plugins list page.

Hide Plugins from the plugins list (plugins.php page) in WordPress

The WPHazie plugin allows you to customize the WordPress admin menu by removing or hiding unwanted menu links and reordering the remaining links. To do this, follow these steps:

  • Go to the WPHazie options page and select the “Manage admin menu” option.
  • On the resulting page, you will see a list of all available admin menu links. You can use the drag-and-drop feature to rearrange the links.
  • Click on the “Edit” button to edit a specific link.

With WPHazie, you can also choose to hide certain menu links for specific user roles. By default, all menu links are visible to all admin users, but you can configure privilege users who can access all menu links by going to the “Set Privilege Users” page and selecting the desired users.

To configure privilege users who can access all menus in WordPress using the WPShapere plugin, follow these steps:

  • Go to the WPShapere options page and select the “Set Privilege Users” option.
  • On the resulting page, you can choose which users should have privilege access by selecting them from the list.

To hide a menu item using the WPHazie plugin, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the WPHazie options page and click on the “Customize admin menus” option.
  2. Find the menu item you want to hide and click on the drop-down icon to the right of it.
  3. Check the “Hide Menu” checkbox to hide the menu item.
  4. Choose the user roles for which you want the menu items to be hidden.
  5. Click “Save changes” button.

Please keep in mind that if you are a Privileged user, the menu items will not be hidden for you. Log in as another user and check to see if the menus are hidden.

The WPHazie plugin is compatible with WordPress multi-site installations.

When using this plugin on a multi-site network, you have the option to either allow individual blog administrators to customize their own admin panels or to globally customize the admin panels for all blogs in the network as the network super administrator.

By default, global customization is enabled in the plugin. If you want to allow individual blog administrators to customize their own admin panels, you can remove or comment out certain lines of code in the `/wphazie/wphazie.php file`.

if(is_multisite())
define('NETWORK_ADMIN_CONTROL', true);

 

WPAlter also supports WordPress Multi-site installation. In a multi-site network installation, you can give your network blog admins their own Admin Panel customization, or you (as Network Super Admin) can assume control of all network blog admin panel customization (Global Customization).

Global customisation is enabled by default in the plugin. If you want other blog admins in your network to be able to change the admin section on their own, delete or comment the following scripts in /alter/alter.php.

if(is_multisite())
define('NETWORK_ADMIN_CONTROL', true);

 

 

BookChoix coreplugin is a required theme framework plugin where most of the plugin territory functions and codes are written in this plugin files only.

To update the plugin,

  1. Navigate to Plugins page
  2. Deactivate the plugin “BookChoix core”
  3. Delete the plugin (it won’t affect the layout once you reinstall the plugin).
  4. Navigate to Appearance > Install Plugins
  5. Install BookChoix core plugin, it will download the latest version of the core plugin from our server.
  6. Activate it again.

That’s it.

It is advised before updating the theme, backup your database and all your WordPress files so you can revert back in case of any error.

You can update our WordPress themes in two ways,

1. Automatic update via Envato Toolkit

  • Download and install the Envato Toolkit plugin
  • Login to your Themeforest account Under Settings > API Keys, generate an API key and copy it.
  • Now login to your wordpress admin panel and navigate to Envato Toolkit page.
  • Fill in your username and API key in the respective fields.
  • Once you save, you can then update your theme automatically.

2. Manual update

  • Download the theme from your envato account downloads page as “Installable WordPress files only” to your local computer.


  • After extracting the downloaded archive login in to your FTP and navigate to your theme folder.
  • Just replace all files in the theme folder and that’s it.
By updating the theme in any of these method, your theme settings won’t affect in any way unless you have customized the main theme files.

The BookChoix Bookstore theme includes action hooks for integrating your own PDF viewer using the action hooks shown below.

Before integrating your custom PDF viewer, you have to tell the BookChoix theme that you’re going to use a Custom viewer by adding the below PHP constant.
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