If you need to hide menus from the sidebar of the administration area, you can use this. Keep in mind, this method does not block access, just hides the link.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
Here’s a simple widget for displaying upcoming posts. Title of widget and number of posts shown is configurable.
Sometimes, the Visual editor has more buttons than you or your client need. Clean up some of the clutter with this.
If you need to customize the WordPress administration area, you’ll find this useful.
Create new post types, for when ‘pages’ and ‘posts’ just won’t do.
In case you need to hide the plugin update count (can’t/don’t want to update yet) you can hide it with this. Can be especially useful if you don’t want clients to wander over the the update area.
If you have featured images (formerly post thumbnails) that aren’t named as well as they could be, it’s nice to remove the title attribute so that things like “header-large” don’t appear in the tool tips.
When you need more than just ‘categories’ and ‘tags’ use custom taxonomies.
Especially useful in combination with custom post types.
I wasn’t planning on building a computer last week, but I made the mistake of browsing NewEgg while also thinking it would be neat to have some sort of home server for easily sharing files. So here I am, less than 1 week from clicking the first “Add to Cart” button, with my FreeNAS box. […]