WordPress admin bar provides you admin area links connecting the back end of your website to the frontend. This toolbar, present on the top of every WordPress installation is very useful for accessing quick website management features. Still, sometimes it doesn’t looks great on the frontend of every website.
In this lesson you will learn about hiding it completely or under certain defined conditions on your website.
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If you more frequently test plugins on your WordPress website or working on some client website, testing plugins for your new how-to tutorial or may be if you are a developer wanting to quickly see something before and after any plugin is activated.
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Earlier we have discussed about hiding WordPress admin toolbar completely from the frontend of your website. Now today in this lesson you will see how to use auto hide feature on admin toolbar and make it only visible when mouse is hovered on the top of your website’s screen. Continue reading Auto Hide Your WordPress Admin Toolbar On Frontend And/Or Backend
Earlier we have discussed about adding menu locations in WordPress admin toolbar. Now, today in this lesson you will learn about customizing admin toolbar links, adding dashboard side menu links and other custom links to it. Continue reading Easily Add Custom Links & Admin Menus In WordPress Toolbar
Not only on your theme’s header and sidebar but now you can use custom menus on your WordPress admin toolbar. Sometime back we have discussed about adding custom links to WordPress admin toolbar and now you can make things more easy by adding custom menus to your admin toolbar in a click.
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Now WordPress provides you option to set frontend admin bar visibility on per user basis and also your users can themselves decide that whether they want to see admin bar on frontend or not. In this tutorial we will be explaining two things: First, how your users can set the admin bar visibility themselves and second, how you can enable or disable admin bar on per user basis.
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In this tutorial we will show you how to set a custom background image on your WordPress admin bar. There are a lot of plugins available for customizing WordPress admin bar, new WordPress admin bar is also loaded with various color schemes you can choose from user profile page and also enforce it on the frontend of your website. Even you can set a default user color scheme for all users of your website:
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New WordPress admin bar has new CSS, options and code. Hence all old abandoned plugins doesn’t works for it anymore. There are some useful hacks for customizing the behaviour of this new admin bar. For example: New versions (3.8+ versions) of WordPress provides you a new set of admin area themes and new visual changes. They provides you ability to select from eight different color schemes. However, the themes are not applicable on front end admin bar. Hence, by default the front end admin toolbar always shows its default color.
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You make WordPress admin bar slide by replacing it with an admin button, it saves your frontend space without completely disabling or hiding the toolbar. Admin Bar Button is a WordPress plugin which upon activation replaces the default WP admin Bar on the front end with a simple slide button. Clicking this admin button slides and displays the admin bar and makes it accessible for you and other users of your website.
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You can easily add a beautiful panel with a sliding login form for logged out users and admin area and site management links for logged in users. WP Sliding Login/Dashboard Panel provides you a cool slide login and dashboard links panel which automatically get fixed at the top of your website. The good thing is that you can disable the default login/dashboard functionality and use your own custom HTML content instead.
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Sometimes, specially while working on client websites and when installing many plugins for testing purposes to see which one works best for you, it becomes very irritating to again and again visit plugins admin page for deactivating plugins. This tutorial is on a plugin that makes this job easy by enabling you to quickly toggle plugin activation status from the WordPress toolbar. Best for developers.
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There are plugins that lets you customize admin bar like you can remove the logo, change its color, add custom links or menus etc etc. Now this tutorial explains you how in seconds you can turn your WordPress admin bar into a sticky footer bar without disturbing its symmetry and beauty.
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