WordPress is one the most easiest CMS that you can find, many clients can use it without genuineness or instructions, but if you are building a website to a customer and want to make your and his life even more easier you can start by removing unneeded panels and branding his client website.
WordPress Dashboard by default include many panels that most of the client will never use and in most cases, seeing so many panel and settings can confuse them especially in the beginning.
With a little of code that can add inside the functions.php file of the template file or even as a separate plugin you can design the interface to be more newbie proof.
Here are 8 code snippets that can use:
WordPress default text edit is TinyMCE, it’s one of most popular and power text editor.
WordPress developers has decide only to enable few features of the TinyMCE editor but with a liitle code that you can to any plugin or to your functions.php template your can enhance the look and feel of the default TinyMCE editor.
WordPress a dedicated filter that list of the buttons that will appear on TinyMCE editor.
Here is the simple code to enable a 3rd line:
One of the most bugging problem when you are designing a plugin and want to a a menu page is the you don’t know if the the menu position that you choose for your menu is already taken.
WordPress menu system does not allow to display menu that have the same position number.
If 2 menus have the same position number only the first one that was hooked will be display and all the other ones will be ignored.
The current solutions that you can find on the web are not dealing with the problem but try to give avoid it by using decimal number so the chance the that you have 2 menus using the same position will be low.