If you want to control which users have access to your custom post types, you can simply by adding some extra code to your existing code
You've landed on the archives page for posts filed under the WordPress administration category.
Here you'll find a range of content related to everything you need to know about the admin side of WordPress.
Most posts in this category relate to the different controls in your Dashboard or admin panel as some call it.
This PHP code enables you to display content after the entry title but before the editor on any Edit screen using the edit_form_after_title
The PHP code in this post should be copied from the view raw link and pasted at the end of your child themes functions.php file. The code
This PHP code redirects any user who isn't capable of updating the core (Only admins) to a specific url on your site. The PHP code
WordPress includes some really handy pluggable functions one of which is [code]wp_redirect()[/code] This function can easily be written
Adding tags to pages in WordPress used to be a simple copy and paste job. Update : This newer solution also prints your page tags on
This PHP code enables you to add CSS rules to a new style sheet named admin.css which should be placed in the root directory of your child
This PHP code enables you to replace the firstname.lastname@example.org address with the registered email address of a specific user and remove the menu
One of the first things I noticed when converting my Genesis child theme from XHTML to HTML 5 was the changes to the comment form. By
This tutorial is for people that want to get rid of any custom fields that are no longer needed or left over by old plugins or
Ever wanted to know how to link to a specific comment in a post? There's several ways depending on whether its your blog or not. Get
There's different ways and locations you can display navigation menu's anywhere in Genesis. With Genesis its very easy as all you need to
If your site ever stops working and you see this message 'error establishing a database connection' you might want to scan this
You probably already know that WordPress creates 4 images for every one you upload. The image sizes WordPress creates depends on: The
Customizing the backend of WordPress is a popular request from clients these days. In this post, i'll show you one of the easiest ways to
You should know its best practice to add at least one image to each blog post. This doesn't mean it needs to be displayed on your posts,
Don't you just love a site with high quality images? One of the best ways to make sure your images look great is to make sure you resize
If you're installed WordPress on your local PC using instantwp, you may want to import your content from your live installation. Using
Did you know WordPress creates 4 copies of every image you upload to your Media library? It does this every time you add an image in a