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Clicface Organi


Clicface Organi is a great plugin for WordPress to create employee org charts. This is the perfect solution for organizations, teams and associations.

Clicface Organi works with Clicface Trombi, as it uses Clicface Trombi employee database to generate org charts.

It’s the perfect solution to build very easily the org chart of any company.

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  • Easy integration
  • Drag’n Drop moves to create the org chart
  • Show employee’s details in a new window or a lightbox
  • Styles


  • Insert any employee (up to 10)
  • Insert any Label (up to 10): a box where you can type anything you want
  • Works with Clicface Trombi, to keep your employee data up to date
  • Installation

    To use Clicface Organi, you must first install the Clicface Trombi plugin.

    1. Go to Plugins > Add New
    2. Under Search, type in the name of the WordPress Plugin : clicface trombi
    3. Click Install Now, then Proceed
    4. If successful, click Activate Plugin to activate it
    5. Do the same steps for Clicface Organi plugin: go to Plugins > Add New
    6. Under Search, type in the name of the WordPress Plugin : clicface organi
    7. Click Install Now, then Proceed
    8. If successful, click Activate Plugin to activate it

    Then, you can begin to add Divisions, Worksites and Employees in the directory under the Employees tab: this is the Clicface Trombi part.

    To create a new org chart, go to the Org Charts tab, and choose the first employee to show.

    Inside the article or page you want, insert the code below in the HTML tab. The org chart will appear:

    • For the Free version : [clicface-organi id= »XXX »]
    • For the Standard version : [clicface-organi-std id= »XXX »]

    You must install the Clicface Trombi plugin, which is needed to load the employee database.

    What languages are available for Clicface Organi?

    Languages currently available are:

    You can also translate Clicface Organi in your own language, then submit your translation, so everybody would can use it. To do it, we have a project hosted at Transifex where you can add the translation in your language. It’s simple, fast and effective.

    I would like to insert as much employees as I need in an Org Chart. How can I do?

    For unlimited use, we suggest you to choose the best version for you with our comparison table.

    I can not run the plugin. Where can I find help?

    If you need help, feel free to contact us using the Support Ticket System.

    Aza Web Developer

    Maven build failure in Eclipse IDE

    1. open pom.xml file. Located in your Glassfish installation folder. Mine is located at: C:\Users\glassfish4\docs\javaee-tutorial\examples
    2. change this line $/glassfish4 glassfish4x

    3. Run Project as Maven Build once again.

    4. Hit new error

    Failed to create a password file: C:\Users\glassfish4\glassfish\domains\password.properties (Access is denied)

    This error means, system don’t have permission to create new file. Normal case if you put the Glassfish installation folder inside C:\Users drive.

    How to fix this? I’m sure my program able to deploy successfully once we fix this write issue.

    In my case, point directly to


    and directly create password.properties file (blank) . Now the issue is fixed.

    Before you build the project again, check that GlassFish server is up and running

    we still hit another new error. damn!

    So, maybe we can use maven directly. Easy to see the error directly. Before that, ensure you’ve installed maven correctly.

    1. start the Glassfish server
    2. in terminal window/ command line, go to:
    3. cd C:\Users\glassfish4\docs\javaee-tutorial\examples\web\jsf\hello1
    4. type : mvn install
    5. still have error

    Don’t panic. Run again mvn install -e (to see the full stack trace of the errors)

    right before the — BUILD FAILURE —

    that could be the issue!

    Go to C:\Users\glassfish4\docs\javaee-tutorial\examples\pom.xml

    remove this line force=true

    run again mvn install -e

    Change the ejb folder properties to allow write/modify access.

    I figured out I encountered many issues due to tools incompatibility. To use Glassfish, need to use JDK 1.8.. so, I update back my Eclipse IDE to use the correct jre runtime, amend Environment Variables to use Java 1.8

    Yeehooo.. see I can deploy my app!!

    I’ll create another post on how to properly deploy module in Glassfish Server


    Admin Menu Editor


    Admin Menu Editor lets you manually edit the Dashboard menu. You can reorder the menus, show/hide specific items, change premissions, and more.


    • Change menu titles, URLs, icons, CSS classes and so on.
    • Organize menu items via drag & drop.
    • Change menu permissions by setting the required capability or role.
    • Move a menu item to a different submenu.
    • Create custom menus that point to any part of the Dashboard or an external URL.
    • Hide/show any menu or menu item. A hidden menu is invisible to all users, including administrators.

    The Pro version lets you set per-role menu permissions, hide a menu from everyone except a specific user, export your admin menu, drag items between menu levels, make menus open in a new window and more. Try online demo.


    • If you delete any of the default menus they will reappear after saving. This is by design. To get rid of a menu for good, either hide it or change it’s access permissions.
    • In the free version, it’s not possible to give a role access to a menu item that it couldn’t see before. You can only restrict menu access further.
    • In case of emergency, you can reset the menu configuration back to the default by going to http://example.com/wp-admin/?reset_admin_menu=1 (replace example.com with your site URL). You must be logged in as an Administrator to do this.

    Captures d’écran

    • Plugin interface
    • A sample menu created by the plugin
    • Re-ordering menu items via drag and drop


    Normal installation

    1. Download the admin-menu-editor.zip file to your computer.
    2. Unzip the file.
    3. Upload the admin-menu-editor directory to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    4. Activez l’extension par l’intermédiaire du menu « Extensions » de WordPress.

    That’s it. You can access the the menu editor by going to Settings -> Menu Editor. The plugin will automatically load your current menu configuration the first time you run it.

    WP MultiSite installation

    If you have WordPress set up in Multisite (« Network ») mode, you can also install Admin Menu Editor as a global plugin. This will enable you to edit the Dashboard menu for all sites and users at once.

    1. Download the admin-menu-editor.zip file to your computer.
    2. Unzip the file.
    3. Create a new directory named mu-plugins in your site’s wp-content directory (unless it already exists).
    4. Upload the admin-menu-editor directory to /wp-content/mu-plugins/ .
    5. Move admin-menu-editor-mu.php from admin-menu-editor/includes to /wp-content/mu-plugins/ .

    Plugins installed in the mu-plugins directory are treated as « always on », so you don’t need to explicitly activate the menu editor. Just go to Settings -> Menu Editor and start customizing your admin menu 🙂

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