It is well-known that WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems available for building and maintaining a website. While a big part of that success is due to the ease-of-use, another big part of that is the wide variety of themes and plugins that are available to make WordPress do just about [more…]
This is an update to this tip, which showed how to remove just the WP Engine Quick Links menu. Please refer to that tip if all you need is to remove the “WP Engine Quick Links” menu. Some people may want to hide all of the WP Engine “extras” from their WordPress Dashboard. Drop the [more…]
[Update]: To see how to hide all of the WP Engine “extras” in the dashboard, please see this tip. Suppose your hosting is powered by WP Engine (like this site is), and you want to remove the “WP Engine Quick Links” menu from the Dashboard. While most people won’t need to do this, there are some [more…]
This is a “Common functions” file that I include with my Genesis themes. This may grow in time, depending on how much I find myself adding to most themes.