No All in one SEO Notifications – STOP nagging me

Description

Simply stop the abusive admin nags from All in One SEO plugin

Stoping the Admin Premium Ads for free

This simple Plugin, will clean most of the abusive admin Spam from the “All in One SEO” – Plugin.
Which is a great plugin, and we love it. BUT it is enough to mention it once that there are premium versions.
And there IS NO REASON to block functions, like e.g. the editing of Category Descriptions.
So this will clean things a little for us.

What the plugin does

  1. Clean the wp-admin bar from advertising AND useless links to functions that are not free, and therefor useless links
  2. Clean the AIOSEO set up pages from premium advertising and tabs that lead to useless settings, which are not available in the free version
  3. Get rid of the strange ad on the category page
  4. Clean the page / post editor screen from numerous premium ads that make the editor almost looking like an advertising board
  5. Option to load your own css into the WP admin area

Note:
The version after 2.6 will enable functionalities to block other premium nags / spam from other plugins as well.

Add your custom css, to clean even more

You can add your own CSS to block other nags on the settings page. We intend to develop this part further with snippets for the most annoying plugin naggers out there.

If you like that approach,
please get involved and send uns your snippets. Via email or on the WordPress support page 🙂

CREDIT: This plugin uses functions from the ADMINCSSM plugin by arunbasillal

Screenshots

  • Settings page
  • Add your own CSS to the WP admin area
  • Category page with advertising before
  • Cleaned category page
  • Before- Admin bar menu with numerous advertising links
  • After - Clean menu
  • All in one SEO Admin Dashboard before
  • After - removed ads from the view
  • WP-Dashbord with Premium Spam
  • Clean WP-Dashboard

Installation

To use as a normal plugin in WordPress single install and multisite.

  1. Install the plugin through the WordPress admin interface, or upload the folder /no-aioseop-nags/ to /wp-content/plugins/ using ftp.
  2. Activate the plugin via WordPress admin interface. If it is a multisite, network activate it.
  3. If you want to add own admin css or deactivate the the blocking without deactivating the plugin itself.
    Go to WordPress Admin > Appearance > No All in one SEO Notifications… OR use the settings link on the main the plugins page

Note: individual css added through this plugin will be deleted upon uninstall.

FAQ

How to use the custom CSS option?

Just add your CSS into the field and hit save. This can be used to add your custom WP admin CSS, e.g. to change fonts, colors etc. OR to block other advertising, update, rate.. ads. Or you can use it to hide menu items.

What to do on the update from 2.0 to 2.1?

  1. Just go to the plugins settings page
    ( most likely at /wp-admin/themes.php?page=no-aioseop-nags)
  2. uncheck the checkbox and press “save settings”
  3. tick the checkbox again and press “save settings” again

Can I do this without the plugin?

Sure, at least most of it! You could use your function.php and add / enque these admin styles and the de-registration of the AOSEOP script, that blocks you to save category descriptions from there.
Drop me a line, and I will send you the CSS / function.

Can I use this to e.g. block nags from Yoast, JetPack and others?

For sure you can with the custom CSS settings. You might want to consider using CSS comments there not to get confused later with the amount of lines in the CSS. Because linebreaks etc, will NOT be saved.

I need something else. Can I hire you?

Yes. Please get in touch via email (hello@kontur.us) with a brief description of your requirement and budget for the project and we will start something else together.

This plugin is simple, but I want to show my appreciation?

Well, go for it! You can either make a donation or leave a rating to motivate me to keep working on the plugin.

Reviews

April 5, 2022
Last drop was when AIOSEO blocked categories list in WP admin with their blurred "buy pro" block. Breaking WP functionality and demanding premium is just too much. Thanks guys.
Read all 1 review

Contributors & Developers

“No All in one SEO Notifications – STOP nagging me” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

2.5

  • Date: 21.August.2022
  • removed new spam
  • removed misleading spam links on the post an page editor
  • re-enabled General Settings > Webmaster Tools and removed the spam
  • added new sub-menu link to the AIOSEO settings
  • added new sub-menu link to WP admin bar for disabling the menu
  • Updated Readme.txt

2.4

  • Date: 2.April.2022
  • removed new spam
  • removed misleading spam links on the post an page editor
  • re-enabled General Settings > Webmaster Tools and removed the spam
  • Updated Readme.txt

2.3

  • Date: 31.January.2022
  • removed new spam link in admin bar
  • added new option to disable the the seo menu in the admin-bar
  • minor bugfixes caused by the recent wordpress update
  • Updated Readme.txt

2.2

  • Date: 30.December.2021
  • added new option to disable the the seo menu in the admin-bar
  • added check wether AIOSEO is installed
  • updated language file
  • minor bugfixes caused by the recent update
  • Updated Readme.txt

2.1

  • Date: 29.December.2021
  • Added new function to enable custom css without using the blocking function enabled
  • minor bugfixes (php errors)
  • added blocking of the advertising “redirection” manager link
  • Updated Readme.txt

2.0

  • Date: 20.December.2021
  • Added new functions to allow adding of own css to the wp admin area
  • Added new plugin settings page
  • Added spam-classes to be blocked
  • Updated Readme.txt

1.2

  • Date: 16.March.2021
  • Added spam-classes to be blocked
  • Updated Readme.txt

1.1

  • Date: 16.July.2020
  • Added Screenshots
  • Updated Readme.txt

1.0

  • Date: 10.July.2020
  • First release of the plugin.