Frank, this is a great plugin!
However, Customizing the Admin view is not always about HIDING!
There are Additive changes that are a necessary part of thoroughly modifying the WP Admin UI for users.
I have Changes to the Header and footer styling and wpwrap and wpcontent and wpadmin bar that all involve NOT hiding things but modifying them.
This is why I think it is essential that you add a Custom box that adds on and modifies the inline styles that your plug-in creates.
Because your plugin rewrites the admin elements and tags then I must rewrite my style changes to accommodate changes such as
However, your code is the last thing applied. I cannot get my extra modifications to Visible page elements such as the admin bar to apply even when I use “mw_adminimize_admin_bar” because your code always writes closest to the elements I want to affect. Your code overrides mine.
It would be very very helpful to users if you would add the final component that allows us to make changes to VISIBLE elements without applying Hiding tactics exclusively.
Your plugin’s inline rewrites with the “last word” written just before standard WP divs, for instance, disables other plugins and modified CSS files in the header.
PLEASE enhance your Adminimize plugin with the ability to feed in Visible changes so that Adminimize is the only plugin I need to complete the job of fully customizing the WP Admin.
Thank you for your consideration!
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