Hide Backend Notices

Description

Warnings and notices help developers debug issues with their code. However it looks extremely unprofessional when they are visible to all your website dashboard. Hide Backed Notices plugins allows you to easily turn off plugin updates, warnings and notices from dashboard.

This is a plugin to replace WP nag hide.

Contact me : hardikkalathiya93@gmail.com

Do you know the situation, when some plugin offers you to update to premium, to collect technical data and shows many annoying notices? You are close these notices every now and again but they newly appears and interfere your work with WordPress. Even worse, some plugin’s authors delete “close” button from notices and they shows in your admin panel forever.

Our team was tired of this, and we developed a small plugin that solves problems with annoying notices. With this plugin, you can turn off notices forever individually for themes, plugins and the WordPress itself.

The Hide admin notices plugin adds “Hide notification forever” link for each admin notice. Click this link and plugin will filter this notice and you will never see it. This method will help you to disable only annoying notices from plugins and themes, but important error notifications will continue to work.

In addition, you can disable all notices globally simply change plugin options. In this case, the plugin hides all admin notices, except of updates notices in the list of installed plug-ins.

And still, that you could see which notices are shows, we made the special item in the top admin bar that will collect all notices in one place. It is disabled by default to freeing space in the admin menu but you can enable it in plugin options.

We used some useful functions from plugins Clearfy – disable unused features, WP Hide Plugin Updates and Warnings, Hide All Notices, WP Nag Hide, WP Notification Center

A brief Markdown Example

Ordered list:

  1. Hide backed notices/warnings
  2. Dashboard notices/warnings
  3. Hide wordpress plugin update
  4. Hide wordpress notices/warnings messages
  5. Remove notices and warnings

Screenshots

  • Checked hide plugins and other updates and hide notices, warning messages for hide the updates, notices and warnings from the dashboard.
  • Unchecked checkboxes to show the updates, notices and warnings on the dashboard.

Installation

  1. Goto dashboard > plugin > Search > Hide Backed Notices.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Goto Dashboard > Manage Warnings > Select checkboxes for hide warnings, notices and updates notification.

OR

  1. Upload wp-hide-backed-notices to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Goto Dashboard > Manage Warnings > Select checkboxes for hide warnings, notices and updates notification.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. The plugin settings can be accessed from the dashboard ‘Manage Warnings’ tab.

Reviews

August 13, 2019
You copied the full description of my plugin "Disable admin notices individually" If you want to make your own cool plugin, you need to do a little work! You copied my text even without changes, just took along with my English mistakes. Please change the description of your plugin to your own.
July 25, 2019
It's Amazing. I'm very happy to hide these annoying notifications.
July 17, 2019
Admin Nags and updates are very annoying. Using this plugin helped me hide them. Thank you! I could do this with code but it is much more easier to have a plugin and activate/disable it whenever you want.
June 24, 2019
Very effective. I hope that in the next update we will be able to deactivate the plugins' warnings individually.
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Contributors & Developers

“Hide Backend Notices” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0

Launched