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How to Customize the WordPress Admin Area-part 3


WordPress is very popular these days, not because it has many features you can choose from but actually, you can modify them into something that you really wanted to. Aside from, this is also one of the best content managements when you talk about the system. Built in high-grade software and newly advance graphical user interface, which enables you to create the variety of changes in your content features. Furthermore, because of these highly advance publishing platform, you are able to explore and create something different and new perspective. However, there are processes that you need to follow systematically, in order to function it well.

In fact, doing these procedures will sometimes confuse you and hard for you to understand right away especially if you are not familiar with the system. Thus, when the time comes in, and you wanted to make a change, then you can do it without delay. Moreover, the WordPress is very useful in different functions. Even though, this kind of blogging site is a bit difficult to understand in modifying content features. I will assure you, that after having this information. It will be easy for you to create or even edit your preferred theme or simplify your admin area. All you need to do is follow these steps accurately then things will be smooth.

The Final Draw out: Variation of Miscellaneous

We’ve made several changes and delete features that are not necessary. Right now, it’s time to revise some few stuff.

Customizing your Footer

Actually, your footer text in the WordPress includes the link of the Documentation as well as WordPress. However, you can change that by using snippet code.

Revising your Logo

This one is an already old technique, however, one of the best. Indeed, you can actually modify the logo in your login page and also in the top left of your WordPress Admin area.
The succeeding codes of the snippet can only print CSS that will appear on the top of the WordPress page. Sometimes, it will look like this: <head> tags, then it will hook in the logo’s div. actually this hooks has an idea and appears like this: of#header-logo in the admin pages. Moreover, it is considered as h1>a, factor for logging in.

When you consider the URL property of the feature rules, you just feed the accurate size of your image in the logo’s location. In fact, your logo image is in the WordPress theme’s directory already, and every time you want to modify or add image, you can actually do it by yourself. Moreover, to get the exact path of the template tag, you can actually use this code: theget_bloginfo(‘template_directory’). After then, the image directory followed and usually term as images. Indeed the common file name is login_logo.png and admin_logo.png.

Conceal the Upgrade Notification to latest Versions

Hiding the security notification is not highly recommended because there are some instances that this can help you in some way. However, if you really wanted to remove them, you can actually delete or modify them by adding filter for it. However, there is no assurance that the theme is supported by the new version of WordPress.

Customizing the Editor’s CSS (WYSIWYG)

You can actually customize the look of the WYSIWYG editor, using this to match your theme on the site. Even creating a custom style sheet would be preferable, as long as you know how use the HTML for hooks and IDs of the editor.

The Result

The used of several snippet codes can help you to reduce and customize the Admin area styles up to its vital usage. It allows us to enjoy the benefits of its advantages from reductionism and minimalism principles in work.


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