Provide links to administrative functions from the sidebar. Since 1.2.0 including loginout link using wp_loginout() and login form when not logged-in.
1.3.0, 2013-03-03 -- Updated testing info.
1.2.1, 2009-03-27 -- Corrected meta info URLs and added use of get_bloginfo to get address for login form - big error!
1.2.0, 2009-03-23 -- Altered to include loginout link using wp_loginout() from general-template.php; cleaned up indenting; plugin and readme fixed up for adding to WP's SVN repo.
1.2.0 -- despite a promise to add alterations for login, no activity since April 2008, hence refactoring and releasing
1.1.4 -- minor changes for compatibility with WordPress 2.5.x; by kdmurray
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Parts of this work are copyright 2009 pbhj; Other parts were created and/or adapted by kdmurray. kdmurray left no license notes and so the work is assumed to be GPL to match with other parts of WordPress code. Any legal or practical ramifications of such an assumption are hereby disclaimed, you should establish your rights on your own behalf.
Alterations and adaptations are considered to also be made under the GPL, version 3, 2009AD. Thus:
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This program refers to ALP. We prefer for you to attribute our code, preferably with a link to http://alicious.com/admin-links-plus-sidebar-widget/ , thanks.
Requires: 1.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 10+
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