I feel it’s a good idea to change the title for the admin in all future releases.
I manually replace:
<title><?php bloginfo(‘name’) ?> › <?php echo $title; ?> — WordPress</title>
<title>Admin – <?php bloginfo(‘name’) ?> › <?php echo $title; ?> — WordPress</title>
I do this because many times people are working on multiple blogs and have admin and root open.
In IE truncation, they are all exactly the same description. It creates mass confusion on my part, especially after an upgrade (when I lose all of my custom changes).
I have enough problems when moving custom code from one blog to another, and I usually end up overwriting something 🙂
The reason I’m requesting this in future releases is so that it’s easier to differentiate between the minimized pages in he task-bar and also so I don’t have to replace it manually after an upgrade 😀
Another thing I manually change, and I feel this will make everyone’s life easier, is I change the “Presentation” link to go directly to the theme editor.
More work is done in theme editor than selecting between which theme to use. Doing this is one less click and it amounts up to a lot over time.
I also change the “view site” target to “_blank” as it adds functionality to the admin area when making many small changes.
When it opens in the default window, administrators need to navigate back to /wp-admin
Many users such as myself remove the login link from the template, therefore it needs to be manually navigated back to.
I know I can right-click and open in new window, but it’s a lot easier and faster to just hit the link.
In closing, I hope that you consider some these minor changes. They will make life a lot easier for some people.
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