Genesis Frontend Dashboard will allow you to manage your information/data without accessing your wp-admin dashboard! The plugin creates a user role Second Admin wherein you can customize what your clients can see on their dashboard through the settings page. In this way, your client will not be confused by all the unnecessary menus and access they will see in the wp-admin dashboard. This will also prevent any undesirable actions that may cause the website to crash. The dashboard is customizable and we have the ready action and filter hooks that will allow you add, update or remove any content in the dashboard. See our list of hooks here.
By default, the dashboard will show cards with the count of posts and users on your website. The plugin generates a default post category which is Announcement and when you create a post under this category, the featured image you uploaded on this post will show on the dashboard page above the default cards. You can add your desired contents on your dashboard by using these hooks.
- User login and registration
Allow your visitors or site users to create their account by enabling your user registration in your Frontend Dashboard Settings. You can also verify their emails by enabling the account activation which will be sent on the email they have registered. Customize your login/registration page by updating the background into a one image background or a slide. Here’s how to do it.
Genesis Frontend Dashboard allows your users to customize their profile. It also allows you to add user meta and reflect the fields on their profile page to fill in. It also has a password field to allow your users to change their passwords anytime they want.
- Manage Posts
Add or manage your posts through the Frontend Dashboard with the same functionality as the wp-admin. Add your content and featured image and categorize your posts based on your preference. You can also create and manage your categories and tags.
- Manage Users
Add or manage your user’s data including their passwords. You can add/update/remove fields based on your desired information from your users. Check on how to do it here.
- Google Map Integration
Connect your Google API to your website and display a map or use the Google autocomplete for your address field.
- Google Captcha
Avoid receiving spam registration. Frontend Dashboard allows you to enable reCaptcha on your registration form.