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10 WordPress dashboard hacks
December 29, 2009 @ 10:11:40

From the CatsWhoCode.com blog there's a new list of ten things you can do to help improve the performance and add extra functionality to your WordPress installation's dashboard.

The dashboard is a very important part of a WordPress blog. In fact, it allows you to control your posts, your blog design, and many more things. When building a site for a client, it is especially important to be able to control WP's dashboard. In this article, let's have a look at 10 extremely useful hacks for WordPress' dashboard.

Some of their hacks include:

  • Remove dashboard menus
  • Replace dashboard logo with yours
  • Disable the "please upgrade now" message
  • Add custom widgets to WordPress dashboard
  • Provide help messages
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