If you’re a programmer who’s been asked by a client to create a frontend dashboard where he can manage football matches, seasons, players, clubes and many more things, you’re in the right place.
If you’re just a person who’s starting on the website design and creation industry and have a new project where users will be able to manage football seasons, including grounds, stadiums, etc. without having to deal with wp-admin, you’re also in the right place.
We have prepared a series of posts to show you how to create a frontend dashboard for the SportsPress for Football plugin. And the best part is that you won’t have to program anything.
You will use the WP Frontend Admin plugin, which allows you to display any wp-admin page on the frontend with a single click or using a simple shortcode. You can create frontend dashboards and web apps using any WordPress plugin behind the scenes.
You can create a complete frontend dashboard or web app, and your users won’t even notice you’re using WordPress plugins behind the scenes.
frontend dashboard for SportsPress
In each of the tutorials listed below, we will show you how to display the admin pages of the SportsPress for football plugin on the frontend. This way, you will be able to build the frontend dashboard page by page.
The best thing is that you will be able to use your own design, your own theme, your own colors, etc. It’s as simple as creating a new page on your site. If you prefer, you can also use any page builder for WordPress, since you can paste our simple shortcode in any page created with any page builder.
Once you have created the frontend dashboard pages, you can read our documentation articles so that you understand how to manage WP Frontend Admin in a more advanced way.
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