Manage Widgets from the Frontend in WordPress

Web Apps are becoming more and more common. Many are embarking on new business ideas that offer solutions to their customers. To do this, they may very well need to program sites that can be completely managed from the frontend.

In this, programmers have the main task, as they must do the long and hard work of programming the sites that customers need. Of course, this costs a lot of money and you have to wait for a considerable amount of time for the sites to be created.

Now let’s put it this way:

1) If you are the programmer in charge of creating a site like the one we have mentioned, it is very possible that you want to earn a good money without having to work so many hours.

2) If on the other hand you’re the entrepreneur who wants to create the site but doesn’t have the money to pay for a good programmer, you’ll probably find a way to do it yourself, but it’s going to take you too much time to learn how to program a site like that.

Fortunately, we have the solution for both cases. It’s just great for us to have the opportunity to show you how simple it is to manage a website completely from the frontend using our WP Frontend Admin plugin. And we’re going to use the Widgets section as an example, though you can apply the same steps to other sections.

You can get the plugin here:

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You can try the premium plugin on your website for free for 7 days.


Once installed and activated, you need to follow these simple steps:

1- GO TO THE WIDGETS SECTION

This is the first step. Go to Appearance > Widgets to open the widgets section in your WP admin page.

2- VIEW THE WIDGETS ON THE FRONTEND

Maybe it’s going to surprise you. But to open the widgets page on the frontend you just need to click on the View on the frontend button on the top part of your WP admin site.

3- Configure the page

After displaying the Widgets section on the frontend, you can edit its Quick Settings on the left side panel. You can select the title, URL slug, template, and menu.

Also, you can hide any unnecessary elements created by other plugins or the ones from WordPress you won’t need. For example, you can hide the Screen Options, Help, etc.

Once you finish configuring the page’s title, template, URL slug, and menu, and once you’ve hidden all the unnecessary elements, you just need to click on Save to publish the page.

4- Manage your Widgets from the frontend

Now your users will just need to log in to see and manage widgets from the frontend.

Once logged in, you’ll manage your Widgets right from the frontend.

So simple!

Now you can copy that page link and put it on the app you’re developing so that your users, too, have the opportunity to manage the site’s widgets form the frontend.

Try plugin for free

You can try the premium plugin on your website for free for 7 days.


Frequent Questions

1- Is it compatible with Elementor or Gutenberg?

Yes. It is compatible with everything that works with WordPress.

2- How many elements can I hide?

As many as you want. It all depends on what you need.

3- What if I want to use a plugin to create a Web App?

Just do it. Open the plugin, view it on the frontend, configure, and save. Simple as that.