You don’t need a child theme in order to add custom CSS to your WordPress theme. If all you need is to add custom CSS, there is a quicker, easier way. Child themes are only needed when you want to change .php files or add custom functions. The easiest way to add custom CSS … Read more →
Posts Tagged “custom WordPress admin panel”
This hides the “Lost your password?” and “Register” links on the WordPress login page – wp-login.php.
In the rare instance that you may want to change the label of “Posts” in the WordPress admin dashboard to a custom label, here is how to do that. For example, you may have set up a custom site for in which you need a custom post type called ‘Memories’, or ‘Announcements’, or whatever. But … Read more →
This is how to add a ‘Settings’ link under your plugin on the plugins page. The ‘Settings’ link will appear right next to the Deactivate link. If you are within a PHP class, do example 1. If your plugin is not within a PHP class, follow example 2. Example 1: If your plugin is within … Read more →
This finds the positions for the items on the WordPress admin menu. Use this function TEMPORARILY in your functions.php. It will display the array of arrays which make up the WP dashboard menu.
PURPOSE: Hide the ‘Lazyest Gallery’ menu item from WordPress admin panel Dashboard for everyone but the administrators. This doesn’t hide the entire ‘Lazyest Gallery’ menu item, but it does remove the “edit Gallery” pages. The result is that your subscribers, contributors, authors, and editors will not be able to edit your gallery, nor delete your … Read more →
Updated code snippet. Minor error has been fixed. (There was a missing curly bracket.) Step 1 – Custom Login Link URL and Link Title Text The WordPress Admin login page has a WordPress logo above the login form. That logo has a link to WordPress. I had previously posted the way to change the login … Read more →
This function removes links from the WordPress admin bar. You can customize by choosing which links to remove. If you want to leave one of these items in, just delete the line.
This shows you how to remove WP-admin menu items from your WordPress dashboard. First decide who you want to remove the menu items for. For all WordPress user Roles? Or just for your ‘Editor’ client? Or remove some menu items from the ‘Editor’ dashboard, and remove a different menu item from the ‘Author’ dashboard? After … Read more →
This function removes these fields from the Contact Info section of the WordPress user profile admin page: AIM Yahoo IM Jabber/Google Talk If you want to add fields for users to enter their Facebook profile URL, and their Twitter, and Google Plus, take the following code, and insert it into line 4 in the code … Read more →