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Twitter Widget Pro – Range Dashboard Widget removal

  • I noticed, on my dashboard that there was a widget for a company called ‘Range’.
    I wanted my dashboard to be bespoke and ‘clean’. So I went to the Range website (ran.ge) and found out that their plugin is TWP.

    I wanted to disable this annoying and irrelevant dashboard widget and I assume, if you’re reading this, so do you.

    Go to your wp-content/plugins/twitter-widget-pro directory and open the range-plugin-framework.php file.
    Scroll to line 403 or search for ‘public function add_dashboard_widgets’

    You can then take out all the stuff between { and } so it looks like this

    public function add_dashboard_widgets() {}

    or use /* */ inside { } to disable the inside content like this:

    public function add_dashboard_widgets() { /* if ( apply_filters et. etc. */ }

    Hope this helps some people!

    Eric 🙂

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