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Dashboard Editor

With this plugin you can remove sections of the dashboard, add new code, or even add Sidebar Widgets.

How do I add Widgets?

To add a sidebar widget to your dashboard (after selecting the option from the Dashboard management page) use the code:

<?php dynamic_sidebar('admin');?>

The Admin sidebar is modified and controlled the exact same way as any other sidebar.

How do I display UserOnline stats from the WP-UserOnline plugin?

If you use the WP-UserOnline plugin you can use:

=My new content doesn't show up nicely. It is pushed to the bottom. = If you find that your new content doesn’t align nicely you can add:

      <div style="float:left; width:460px;">
           //
           //Add all other content here
           //
           </div>

= Can everyone see the information I add?= Yes, you can use User Roles (See WordPress Codex). Or just use:

<?php if(current_user_can('edit_users')){ ?>
// Content you don't want people to see here
<?php } ?>

What else can I add?

Any code that can be used in a WordPress Theme can be used in the dashboard.

I'm on WordPress 2.0, but none of the settings work.

Unfortunately, the only way to get the plugin to work on 2.0.x is to completely wipe the dashboard.

Requires: 2.0.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.5 (Trunk)
Last Updated: 2008-4-13
Downloads: 69,321

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