[wp-hackers] How to prevent "You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page."
Dion Hulse (dd32)
wordpress at dd32.id.au
Mon May 28 12:21:27 UTC 2012
I'd suggest one of 2 things:
1. Use admin-post.php for callbacks, and redirect back to the plugin
2. Register the pages you need, and use the load-<pagehook> action to
process form events from that page. The load hook is run before any
admin template code is run.
I'm not sure if I'm missing something here though :)
On 28 May 2012 21:20, Mike Walsh <mpwalsh8 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am doing some work on a plugin which has its functionality spread across
> a number of files (e.g. form in one file, form processing in another).
> What is the recommended way to "register" the pages such that I won't get
> the "You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page." error
> message when landing on the processing page?
> Adding a menu registers the form page and there is no problem navigating to
> it. Submitting the form invokes the second file which is not registered
> with the menu therefore does not have a slug nor is it in the
> "$_registered_pages" variable which results in the permissions error. If I
> register a menu with a slug for the form processing page it works fine but
> clutters up the menu and doesn't make sense from a UI perspective.
> The only solution I've come up with so far is to modify the
> $_registered_pages variable like this:
> $hookname = get_plugin_page_hookname('myplugin-process-form-page', '') ;
> add_action($hookname, 'myplugin_process_form_page');
> $_registered_pages[$hookname] = true;
> I then define the wrapper function 'myplugin_process_form_page' which does
> nothing more than include the PHP file with the form processing code and
> the action attribute on the form is
> Is there a better way? Is there a "register page" function that I am
> missing? Is there a way to add a menu item such that it isn't visible but
> registers the page so it works correctly?
> Mike Walsh - mpwalsh8 at gmail.com
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