13 Plugins and Tips to Improve WordPress Admin Area


13 Plugins and Tips to Improve WordPress Admin Area
Dana Tyler

Do you want to customize the WordPress admin area? Maybe you want to change the default color scheme, add your own branding, or even add a new help section for clients? In this video, we will show you 13 plugins and tips to improve the admin area.

13 Plugins and Tips to Improve WordPress Admin Area
Rochelle Massey

Text version of this tutorial:
www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/13-plugins-and-tips-to-improve-wordpress-admin-area/
Do you want to customize the WordPress admin area? Maybe you want to change the default color scheme, add your own branding, or even add a new help section for clients? In this video, we will show you 13 plugins and tips to improve the admin area.
If you liked this video, then please Like and consider subscribing to our channel for more WordPress videos.
Check us out on Facebook:
facebook.com/wpbeginner
Follow us on Twitter:
twitter.com/wpbeginner
Join our circle on Google+:
plus.google.com/+wpbeginner/
Checkout our website for more WordPress Tutorials
www.wpbeginner.com/
Summary of this Tutorial:
The first one is change your admin color scheme and this one allows you to switch from the default black to one of eight built in color schemes for your profile.
The next tip is to use the admin color schemer which lets you completely customize your color scheme to something you prefer.
#3 is to set the default admin color scheme for all users by adding this bit of code to your functions page.
#4 is a list of 7 admin themes you can use for WordPress.
#5 is to hide unnecessary items from the admin area with the Adminimize plugin.
The next tip is to add custom links to the WordPress toolbar.
#7 is limit dashboard access in WordPress by using the remove dashboard access plugin.
#8 is the secret options page in WordPress admin.
#9 you can change the admin footer text but adding a bit of code to your functions page.
#10 is the featured image column in admin area.
Next is the show or hide WordPress dashboard widgets.
#12 is the add wp help plugin which lets you add a help section for your site.
The last tip is how to remove WordPress.org links from the toolbar.

Singsys Store
Alice Klein

Want to customize WordPress admin area? Perhaps you want to change the default color scheme, add your own branding, or even add new help section for clients? In this article, we will share 13 plugins and tips to improve your WordPress admin area… Continue reading

10 Useful Tips and Plugins to Improve WordPress Admin Area
Minh Snider

By default, WordPress admin area will label your content as post, page, attachment, navigation menu items, revisions, or links. But you can use plugins to add more to your options. MarketPress, for instance, will add options for products, while Course Press Pro is great for courses and classes. Just think about which kind of content you need to create, and you will find a plugin ready to get your dashboard better organised. Just bear in mind that what is create isn’t necessarily post type, as you can use them as a page as well.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*