Set Up the Users and Store Settings on the Frontend Dashboard

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Your users will need to manage their store and site settings as well as the user profiles of their sites. That’s why here we’ll see how to set up the users and store settings on the frontend.

We’ll do it quickly with WP Frontend Admin. Just follow these simple steps:

1- Open the wp-admin panel of the dashboard site

Go to Network Admin > Sites, and open the wp-admin panel of the dashboard site.

2- Display the users on the frontend

To display the WordPress users list on the frontend, you need to follow the same process:

  1. Create a new page on the dashboard site.
  2. Enter the page title.
  3. Enter this shortcode: [vg_display_admin_page page_url=”wp-admin URL”]
  4. Replace the “wp-admin URL” part with the URL of the WordPress users page.
  5. Click Preview to view and edit the page on the frontend.

Once you’re on the frontend, configure the users’ list with these steps:

  1. Select the page titleslugtemplate, and menu (dashboard menu).
  2. Hide any unnecessary elements (click Hide element, click the element you want to hide, repeat for each element).
  3. Edit any texts to simplify them (click Edit Texts, edit all the texts you want, click Stop editing texts).
  4. Hide notices added by other plugins or themes.
  5. Tick the columns you want to disable.
  6. Tick the membership plans for which the page will be available.
  7. Hit Save to publish the page.

Then you can edit the create/edit user form with these steps:

  1. Click Add New or open an existing user profile.
  2. Hide any unnecessary elements like dialog boxes created by plugins, themes, etc.
  3. Edit the texts to simplify them.
  4. Click Save to apply the changes.

After that, you can edit the existing user profile form:

Important. You may want to hide the following elements:

  • Visual Editor checkbox
  • Admin Color Scheme
  • Keyboard Shortcuts checkbox
  • Toolbar checkbox
  • And all elements you consider unnecessary.

3- Display the store settings on the frontend

You need to follow the same process we’ve just explained to you:

  1. Create a new page
  2. Enter the page title.
  3. Enter the WP Frontend Admin shortcode: [vg_display_admin_page page_url=”wp-admin URL”]
  4. Replace wp-admin URL with the URL of the WooCommerce settings page.
  5. Click Preview to open the page on the frontend.

Now edit the page on the frontend:

  1. Configure the page on the frontend (hide elements like the Advanced and the Integration tabs, edit texts, select plans, etc.)
  2. Hit Save to apply the changes and publish the page.

4- Display the WordPress settings on the frontend

Again, you need to follow the same steps to display the WordPress settings on the frontend.

  1. Create a new page
  2. Enter the page title.
  3. Enter the WP Frontend Admin shortcode: 
  4. Replace wp-admin URL with the URL of the WordPress settings page.
  5. Click Preview to open the page on the frontend.

Now configure the page on the frontend:

  1. Configure the page on the frontend (hide elements, edit texts, select plans, etc.)
  2. Hit Save to apply the changes and publish the page.

Once you finish, this is how the pages should look on the frontend: