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Remove dashboard menus When building a WordPress blog for a client, it can be a good idea to remove access to some dashboard menus in order to avoid future problems such as the client “accidentally” deleting the custom theme they paid for. Paste the following code in the functions.php file from your theme directory. The following example will remove all menus named in the $restricted array. Â» Source Define your own login logo
With custom header images , you can display your own photo on your blog’s page headers. Featured images allow for even greater customization, giving you the option to display unique custom header images for specific posts and pages. Note: This feature only works with themes that allow custom header images and have featured header images enabled . For example, your custom header may look like this: But if you want to customize your About page, you can change the header image for only that page:
WordPress needs no introduction. It is THE blogging platform these days and usually known as the synonym for blogging. It’s a fact that WordPress is getting more and more popular and that tons of blogs are powered by it. The community around WordPress is excellent providing free themes and plugings in nearly any form ans shape to meet your specific needs. Still there are must have stuff that we don’t have simple out of the box solutions for except for using so called WordPress Hacks. (not sure Hack is the right word always but it’s what people call it.).
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Once upon a time, WordPress.com only provided a Category option. Categories allowed for a broad grouping of post topics, but when you wanted to describe a post in more specific terms, more categories were required. That led to very long category lists inside the blog and very long lists in Categories Widgets.