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Hi Guys - I'm running a multisite where the metro theme is network enabled.
I want to preconfigure the the following:
Genesis/Theme Settings | Import/Export | SEO Settings | Readme
and then hide access to these settings for the end users.
How do I do this?
Ideally I would want to set a template of settings, and only permit the end users to select the theme's color scheme found under Genesis/Theme Settings.
How could I go about accomplishing this?
There are various ways of handling the Genesis menu display. You can do it on each user's profile screen.
You could also use this bit of code, and just invoke it for, say, all non-admin user types.
But to get more granular and just show one sub-menu.... I don't know the answer to that.
I hope that gets you started.
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