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Displaying theme license key in admin

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  • #7117
    Ervan Erfian
    Participant

    Hi Jason,
    I think would be better Theme License field use input type=”password” maybe. What do you think?
    <input type="password" value="" class="regular-text" name="themeblvd_license_key" id="themeblvd_license_key">

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  • #7121
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello Ervan,

    Thanks for your suggestion. I definitely get where you’re coming from, but I’m not totally sure I agree. I could see it from different angles.

    I feel like with most of the API keys or license keys I’ve seen from other products tend to display themselves. Your license key isn’t necessarily a one-and-done password. What I mean is that the license is something that you’re managing there in that option. Say you bought a new one after your current one expires or you transferred the site to someone else and they were to put in their’s, you’d want to see what license is there to manage it.

    With that said, I could definitely see how you may want this hidden from your client if you’re giving them an Administrator account to manage their site, for example. In the next update to Jump Start (which will be v1.0.3), I’ll add the display of the admin page to be hidden in the same way as the others —

    http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/disabling-admin-modules/

    function my_hide_updates_admin( $setup ) {
        $setup['admin']['updates'] = false;
        return $setup;
    }
    add_filter( 'themeblvd_global_config', 'my_hide_updates_admin' );
    #7122
    Ervan Erfian
    Participant

    Ohh Ok.. Jason
    Thanks

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