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.
Now new WordPress version provides you 8 different color schemes, few days back we have also discussed about Adding Some More Admin Area Color Schemes and how you can Randomly Change WordPress Admin With Various Colors Schemes. You can select your favorite color scheme from Dashboard -> Users -> Your Profile page but that doesn’t changes the color of admin barin the front-end, it remains same on all color schemes. This tutorial is on new WordPress plugin that one thing automatically, it simply changes the color of admin bar in front-end on the basis of selected color scheme.
Page Edit Toolbar is a simple WordPress plugin that adds a toolbar (in WP admin bar) showing list of recently updated pages, links present in the list directs you to edit section of particular page.
Multisite Toolbar Additions is a powerful, light weight WordPress plugin that simply adds some very useful admin links in toolbar. It also provides support for various popular third party plugins listed in WP plugin’s page. With this plugin you get quick links to visit admin pages easily. For example: you can access the ‘Nav Menu’ Settings of a sub site/blog using your admin bar from frontend or backend of any subsite.
Social Toolbar is a beautiful and highly customizable toolbar plugin that provides you with color selection, social network icons, recent tweet and share buttons in your website footer.
WordPress users can display blog post, custom post type, RSS feed or custom post type news using a highly customizable bar at the top or bottom of their sites. Whereas BuddyPress users can display all BuddyPress network activity using a dynamic bar at the bottom of their site.
Brand new WordPress plugin Apollo bar works great. You can use it for displaying rotating messages or for publishing simple announcements at the top of your WordPress site. Announcement bar goes off when reader clicks X button.
You can add your own buttons to WordPress post editor’s HTML mode toolbar.