August 25, 2012

8 Steps to a Spotless WordPress Dashboard

I can be a bit of a neat freak at times. However, that cannot be said of my blog’s WordPress dashboard in the past. Random meta boxes and superfluous menu items abounded. However, change was put in motion when I found a little code snippet that could remove menu items from my admin sidebar…

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