If anybody is wondering why their themes and widgets menu disappear from under the Appearance admin area even if you are logged in as an administrator, this happened to me yesterday. To save you some time, I figured and confirmed that this can be caused by turning on the option to show the Appearance -> Menus to the role of editors inside the settings of the White Label CMS plugin, at least at this latest version available at the time of this writing.

So the workaround is to turn the option off when I needed to use the themes or widgets menu, and then turn them back on after use. Hopefully the author of the plugin can soon fix it and we don’t have to use the workaround.

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