With WP Custom Admin Interface you can easily customize the WordPress admin menu and toolbar and customize the admin and login interfaces. WP Custom Admin Interface provides a whole range of awesome admin features which other plugins will charge you for — this plugin is completely free. WP Custom Admin Interface provides an awesome and simple interface to customize the backend of WordPress to provide a more customized experience for you and your clients or customers. WordPress administrators who manage multiple websites will appreciate the simple plugin settings export feature which will enable you to deploy customizations to multiple sites you manage. For support please see the help tab in the plugin settings. Easily export your settings to a file and roll back revisions of your edits. Get more settings in a new intuitive design built from the ground up.
The Benefits of Customizing the WordPress Admin Dashboard
What is WordPress Custom Admin Pages?
Among many of its possible customizations and flexibilities that can be pointed out is extending the admin side of WordPress. In this post, we will show you how to use WordPress custom admin pages to bring more options for the user. Using the side menu, you can navigate to other admin pages like Appearance, Plugins, Settings, Users, etc.
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Crowded dashboards can often be confusing. Customizing the admin dashboard lets you personalize it, and thus improve the experience for both you and your clients. In addition, eliminating points of confusion for them can help you increase your own productivity. When you create a website for your clients, you want them to be able to use it with ease and without breaking anything. One way to do that is by customizing the dashboard. There are many ways to customize the WordPress dashboard in order to simplify it. By rearranging menu items, adding or disabling widgets, and changing its styling, you can make the dashboard not only more visually appealing to your clients, but more practical as well. You can use your own logo and branding, for example, rather than the default WordPress logo.
Hi, s31concierge! Many thanks for this, I read through it and think I can do it on my own, but I wanted to ask… Do the snippets from the guide get pasted in my-account. Those snippets would go in functions. Unfortunately there seems to always be more than one approach to any particular problem. What you are proposing is not really a starter project. I also added the snippet for flushing rewrite rules to it the theme version, not the plugin version. I now need a bit of help adding the custom content to the new tab. Thank you! What is the function that will properly load the content in the dashboard? Many thanks in advance!