September 20, 2012

8 Ways to Hack and Improve Your WordPress Toolbar

Ah, the ubiquitous WordPress toolbar. Although it attracted the ire of some users upon its release in version 3.3 of WordPress, in my humble opinion, there is no doubting its usefulness. It bridges the gap between your live blog and the backend. It allows you to quickly access your…

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