7 months, 4 weeks ago GlenParticipant
I have a custom dashboard I created that’s meant for sub-sites, It also shows up on the main site even though it doesn’t make sense for the main site.
Is there a way to exclude the main site?7 months, 3 weeks ago Arindo DuqueKeymaster
I think you are right that it doesn’t make much sense to display it for the main site. A workaround for now would be activating the limitation settings and selecting every role and every plan. Since the main site is not under any plans at all, it wouldn’t display the pages.
I’ll add an option to toggle that and maybe disable it on the main site by default.
Thanks for the report.
Hmmm, I tried that but it didn’t work, might be due to the fact that I’m setting it to replace the default dashboard page.
It would be useful to have a site exclusion feature in general, this way other unrelated sub-sites can be excluded as well such as docs.mynetwork.com, cummunity.mynetwork.com etc.
I also just noticed that when you select Replace All Content for the WordPress Dashboard, it also replaces the Network dashboard.7 months, 2 weeks ago Arindo DuqueKeymaster
This is a known issue, Glen. We already fixed it for the next release (hopefully out later this week). This release adds support to a bunch of different Page Builders as well =)
Thanks for the report, anyways =)
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