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Wordpress plugin sub menu issue

Hi,

I'm creating a wordpress plugin and I'm stuck on something that I just can't figure out.

I have the following method which creates the plugin menu.

function nl_create_menu() {
    add_menu_page('National Locums Timesheets','Timesheets','administrator',__FILE__,'nl_ts_admin');
    add_submenu_page(__FILE__, 'National Locums Timesheet Import','Import','administrator',__FILE__.'&act=nl_ts_import','nl_ts_import');
}

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I then have two methods define to handle each link;

function nl_ts_import() {
    echo 'import';

    // Include view
    include_once __NL_TIMESHEET_PLUGIN_PATH . 'view/admin_import.view.php';
}

function nl_ts_admin() {
    echo 'Admin index';
}

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The problem I'm having is that clicking the Import link in the sub menu doesn't load the 'nl_ts_import' function, it's called the nl_ts_admin function instead.

I'm sure it's a really simple thing to fix, but I cannot figure out where I'm going wrong.
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SheppardDigital
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SheppardDigitalAuthor Commented:
I managed to resolve this my changing the code that created the link.

function nl_create_menu() {
    add_menu_page('National Locums Timesheets','Timesheets','administrator',__FILE__,'nl_ts_admin2');
    add_submenu_page(__FILE__, 'National Locums Timesheet Import','Import','administrator',__FILE__.'_nl_ts_import','nl_ts_import');
    add_submenu_page(__FILE__, 'National Locums Discipline Targets','Discipline Targets','administrator',__FILE__.'_nl_ts_targets','nl_ts_targets');
    add_submenu_page(__FILE__, 'National Locums Discipline Months','Months','administrator',__FILE__.'_nl_ts_months','nl_ts_months');
    add_submenu_page(__FILE__, 'National Locums Discipline Data Editor','Data Editor','administrator',__FILE__.'_nl_ts_data_editor','nl_ts_data_editor');
}

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