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Duplicated footer statement

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  • Plugin Author Remi Corson


    Hi, can you please give me more details, i’m not having that issue, or at leat i’m not not able to replicate it.

    Not the OP but same issue. I just downloaded this plugin today directly through my blog, so it’s a fresh install.

    Essentially, there is a “Thank you for creating with WordPress Version 3.5 at the bottom of every “screenful” of information.

    If you only have enough content on the dashboard to keep it without a scroll bar, there’s no duplicated footer (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/6/cudash01.jpg/ – shown at full screen width).

    If you have enough content for one screen and a bit of another, this is what shows up (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/717/cudash02.jpg/ – notice the dual “Thank you for creating with WordPress Version 3.5” at the bottom).

    If you have way more content for just one screen, you see this (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/839/cudash03.jpg/).

    Plugin Author Remi Corson


    Ok, i see, thanks for the update

    Do you know how to fix this?

    Plugin Author Remi Corson


    not yet, but i will! 😉

    no response?

    I ultimately had to turn it off, it’s just that annoying with the dupe messages.

    Plugin Author Remi Corson


    yes i understand this is pretty bad, but i’ve been very busy and wasn’t able to sort it our for the moment.


    Unless the site is modifying or removing wp-admin/admin-footer.php elsewhere, you can remove line 45 from custom_dashboard.php.

    thanks for the plugin, Remi – great time-saver 🙂

    How do we manage tabs within WP admin?


    At the beginning of custom-dashboard.php add the following code snippet:
    <?php $active_tab = isset( $_GET[ 'tab' ] ) ? $_GET[ 'tab' ] : 'Step1_options'; ?>

    Then replace the following code with the existing code:

    <h2 class="nav-tab-wrapper">
    	<a href="?page=custom-dashboard&tab=Step1_options" class="nav-tab <?php echo $active_tab == 'Step1_options' ? 'nav-tab-active' : ''; ?>">
    		<?php _e( 'Step 1' ); ?>
    	</a><a href="?page=custom-dashboard&tab=Step2_options" class="nav-tab <?php echo $active_tab == 'Step2_options' ? 'nav-tab-active' : ''; ?>">
    		<?php _e( 'Step 2' ); ?>
    	</a><a href="?page=custom-dashboard&tab=Step3_options" class="nav-tab <?php echo $active_tab == 'Step3_options' ? 'nav-tab-active' : ''; ?>">
    		<?php _e( 'Step 3' ); ?>

    Finally, give a condition as follow:

    <?php if( $active_tab == 'Step1_options' ) { ?>
    <div class="changelog">
    //First tab options
    <?php } elseif( $active_tab == 'Step2_options' ) { ?>
    <div class="changelog">
    //Second tab options
    <?php } else { ?>
    <div class="changelog">
    //Third tab options
    <?php } ?>

    And you r done!

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