Posts in the "WordPress" category

WordPress Tip: Remove Items from the Admin Menu

Posted in on 14 February 2014 | Comments [2]

Yesterday I was working on a WordPress site and a question came up about removing (or hiding) top level items from the Admin Menu (for all users). This is what I’ve used in other projects:

function edit_admin_menus() {
   remove_menu_page('page-you-want-to-remove.php');
}
add_action( 'admin_menu', 'edit_admin_menus' );

Change page-you-want-to-remove.php to the page you want to hide. Put the code in your functions.php file. That should be it.

WordPress Codex: remove_menu_page function

WordPress themes, incredible work, amazing value

Posted in on 16 September 2013 | Comments

I’ve been doing more work with WordPress for another local web design company recently and, as a result, I’ve been browsing WordPress themes and marketplaces more often.

Anyway, one of the themes that I’ve seen is the Avada theme, from Theme Fusion, as sold on Theme Forest here [affiliate link]. I was amazed by the amount of layout and functionality options that the theme provides….. and it looks bloody good! No surprises that this is apparently the top selling theme on Theme Forest.

Avada theme screenshot

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Jetpack for WordPress

Posted in on 30 October 2012 | Comments

I’ve developed and managed a few WordPress websites for myself (and for clients) and recently I’ve been using the Jetpack plug-in. It’s actually a collection of plug-ins that provides additional functionality for your WordPress blog/website. I like it!

Jetpack supercharges your self‑hosted WordPress site with the awesome cloud power of WordPress.com.

Jetpack is made by Automattic, the company behind WordPress, and was orginally only available if your site was hosted on WordPress.com. Now, it’s available for self-hosted sites as well. So, what does it provide? Here are some of the options in the Jetpack package.

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A personal project

Posted in on 11 August 2012 | Comments

I like to run a few personal websites and really enjoy writing articles for these. The articles are not about web-related technical stuff but describe things I get up to in my spare time. I guess this is a bit of a ‘diversion’ for me and one way to get away from my 9-to-5 job as a freelance web developer/designer.

One of these websites is Clive Goes Cycling

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Ten reasons to use WordPress themes from StudioPress

Posted in on 25 August 2010 | Comments [2]

I’ve been using some WordPress themes from StudioPress in recent months and have been pretty impressed – so I thought I would highlight some of the reasons why in this short post.

Info: I have used the Genesis theme with various child themes on several projects.

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