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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