This plugin hasnt been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
Allows you to display links based on wordpress admin roles (admin, author … etc).
Allows you delete link easly.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
1. Upload ‘custom-dashboard-widgets’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Where can I find the setting after activate the plugin?
You can find the setting throw settings menu -> Dashboard Widgets.
LOVE this plugin! I work for a school district and we have various forms that need to be accessed by certain staff that are easy to find. I've created some private pages that contain links to these forms and they can login w/ their subscriber credentials and click on their icon and they have everything they need.
I love this plugin, I can add links to other dashboards, forums and important sites for my clients and keep their business organized better with this. I could pay for a pro version if I had a lot of customization options, no customizations is the only reason this is a 4 star review. way to think outside the box guys!
A very nice and simple plugin!
I use this plugin for all my customers.
It reduces a lot of backend-clicking.
When someone want´s to add an image to a gallery. Normaly there was a click on the gallery plugin, then the click on gallery section, then click on gallery, then click on adding an image. With this plugin I can simply add a link with an icon and description to the dashboard. After click on that link, the customer jumps to the "add to gallery" page."
Plugin breaks ajax functions in multiple other plugins. Support has been unresponsive for what appears to be quite a while based on responses to forum posts. We will have to take another path and drop this pluign
This plugin is simple and genius! Forget about that cluttered and fairly useless space to the right of the admin menu--this makes it something productive. When installed, one has a set of default icons installed for them. Delete or move about as you see fit. Then, copy and paste any admin page URL from any functionality that exists in your sidebar menu and stick them into Notepad for convenience (when doing multiple shortcuts). Open the button editor, create new entries, select appropriate buttons, and paste the short URL.
Voila! Go straight to any submenu GUI page for any app--without having to find the main item and then clicking, then searching down the options. Click, and you are there with your most frequently needed admin screens. Works well with v4.8.2