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Dashboard Commander

Command your admin dashboard. Manage built-in widgets and dynamically registered widgets. Hide widgets depending upon user capabilities.

Why is my dashboard empty after installing your plugin?

After installation access to all dashboard widgets is removed, then you can use the options at Settings > Dashboard Commander to configure the minimum access level for each widget.

I have a widget that shows up when I'm logged in as an Administrator, but i can't get it to show up for an Editor/Author/Contributor?

Some WordPress core dashboard widgets and other plugin dashboard widgets are restricted to a certain user capability level. Example: You can not make the Recent Comments dashboard widget visible to a Subscriber, Contributor or Author because of this fact. This can not be overridden using Dashboard Commander, but you can override this behavior by hacking the specific widget-setup function in the WordPress core or plugin code.

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Leave a comment on the plugin homepage http://www.warpconduit.net/wordpress-plugins/dashboard-commander/

Requires: 2.9.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-4-13
Downloads: 18,388

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