The dashboard is not visible in the admin area, although

The dashboard is not visible in the admin area, although the plugin is enabled.

  • Vaughan

    Hi John,

    Hope you're well?

    Did you perhaps install it from a different admin account? The dashboard plugin is only visible by the admin that activated the plugin.

    You could perhaps add the following line to your wp-config.php to manually assign it to a specific user/users, this usually fixes this issue in most case.

    define( 'WPMUDEV_LIMIT_TO_USER', '1' );

    Replace 1 with the user_id of the account you want to have access to it, seperate multiple ids using a comma.

    Hope this helps

  • Michael Bissett

    Hey @John, Michael here! :slight_smile:

    Could you try setting the WPMUDEV_LIMIT_TO_USER define inside of your site's wp-config.php, like this:

    define('WPMUDEV_LIMIT_TO_USER', '1');

    Changing the 1 there to the ID of your admin user, you can get that by installing a plugin like this:

    And going to:

    Users -> All Users

    If that doesn't help, could you please send in the following via our secure contact form:

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