Nice plugin, but if Austin’s incredibly out-of-date and pointless “Frosty Network Feed” is annoying, and you want to hide it for ALL users (not just you), add the following custom CSS to the Admin side of your site:
This can be easily done, funnily enough, using one of his other plugins: http://wordpress.org/plugins/white-label-cms/ (under Settings / White Label CMS / Admin Settings / Custom CSS for Admin
Austin, you haven’t updated this feed in over 6 months and it isn’t really relevant or useful. I’m all for you supporting your development work, but including an out-of-date feed in your plugins isn’t really a useful way to do so.
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