July 17, 2012

Create Your Custom WordPress Dashboard Widget

Among all, WordPress Dashboard shows most recent updates and activity at your website. It’s nice to have useful things at hand, so let’s expand this functionality a little and create a custom widget for the WordPress Dashboard…

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