August 29, 2012

How to Edit and Customize Your WordPress Admin Sidebar Menu

We’ve been talking a fair bit about optimizing and improving the WordPress admin area over the last few weeks. It started with removing unwanted menu items from the admin sidebar, which led onto 8 Steps to a Spotless WordPress Dashboard, and then expert interviews on improving the WordPress admin area. Today, we’re essentially going full circle, as I recently…

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