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Allows creation and placement of Admin Help Tabs (those pull down tabs at the top of some admin pages) on any page or post, including custom post type
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Allows creation and placement of Admin Help Tabs (those pull down tabs at the top of some admin pages) on any page or post, including custom post type
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Better Admin Help Tabs
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Better Admin Help Tabs
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A: As of version 1.1, yes. Separate your page(screen) names with either a comma or a space.
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A: As of version 1.1, yes. Separate your page(screen) names with either a comma or a space.
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A: Like the blog, they are in reverse cron order. So you can just change the dates of the ones you want to be on the top to the latest. If there is enough interest I may add an order field in a future version.
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A: Like the blog, they are in reverse cron order. So you can just change the dates of the ones you want to be on the top to the latest. If there is enough interest I may add an order field in a future version.
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A: You are in even greater luck. I just added an option to show you what screen you are on anywhere in the admin. Go to BAH Options page and check the box for "Show Current Screen". A small header on every page will identify your admin screen.
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A: You are in even greater luck. I just added an option to show you what screen you are on anywhere in the admin. Go to BAH Options page and check the box for "Show Current Screen". A small header on every page will identify your admin screen.
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A: You are in luck: <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Admin_Screen_Reference">http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Admin_Screen_Reference</a>
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A: You are in luck: <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Admin_Screen_Reference">http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Admin_Screen_Reference</a>
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A: This can be easily deduced from looking at the URL in the admin. For regular posts, it would just be "post". For a custom post type, it would be the name of that custom post type (my-custom-post-type). For other pages (like my plugin editor example), it usually works to just remove the ".php" from the end of the url (i.e. "plugin-editor.php" becomes "plugin-editor").
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A: This can be easily deduced from looking at the URL in the admin. For regular posts, it would just be "post". For a custom post type, it would be the name of that custom post type (my-custom-post-type). For other pages (like my plugin editor example), it usually works to just remove the ".php" from the end of the url (i.e. "plugin-editor.php" becomes "plugin-editor").
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Q: Can I put the same tab on multiple pages?
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Q: Can I put the same tab on multiple pages?
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Q: If I have more than one tab on a page, how can I order them?
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Q: If I have more than one tab on a page, how can I order them?
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Q: I'm the lazy type, is there some tool to help me identify admin screens?
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Q: I'm the lazy type, is there some tool to help me identify admin screens?
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Q: Is there some handy reference somewhere for the main admin screen ids?
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Q: Is there some handy reference somewhere for the main admin screen ids?
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Q: How can I find the screen/page id name to use?
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Q: How can I find the screen/page id name to use?
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Upload the folder "better-admin-help-tabs" to "/wp-content/plugins/", then activate the plugin through the "Plugins" menu in WordPress
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Upload the folder "better-admin-help-tabs" to "/wp-content/plugins/", then activate the plugin through the "Plugins" menu in WordPress
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Download the zip file from http://wordpress.org/plugins/better-admin-help-tabs/ and then go to Plugins/Add New/Upload and then upload and activate it.
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Download the zip file from http://wordpress.org/plugins/better-admin-help-tabs/ and then go to Plugins/Add New/Upload and then upload and activate it.
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Search for it in your WordPress Admin (Plugins/Add New/Search) area and install from there
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Search for it in your WordPress Admin (Plugins/Add New/Search) area and install from there
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