Customise WordPress Dashboard for Clients

To keep your clients from risky places or to restrict access to specific pages from the clients, you can customise your WordPress dashboard by adding the below code in your theme’s functions.php. This code allows you to hide parts of the WordPress dashboard menu.

You need to uncomment the line ( remove // ) for the page that you want to hide/remove from the WordPress menu.

Be aware that this only hides the menu items from the dashboard and clients can still theoretically access these menus with a direct link (if they know).

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Easy Digital Downloads – Extra note(s) On Checkout

Easy Digital Downloads - Extra note(s) On Checkout


Version:1.1
Requires:3.5 or higher
Compatible up to:4.8
Released:04 January 2017
Downloads:219
Last Updated:04 January 2017
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Description:

This WordPress plugin is Easy Digital Downloads add-on/extension, adds ‘Extra note(s)’ textarea to the checkout screen for buyers to add notes about their order.

This plugin will…
– Adds ‘Extra note(s)’ textarea to the checkout screen
– Adds {extra_note} email tag to show ‘Extra note(s)’ data in either the standard purchase receipt or admin notifications

This plugin doesn’t have any settings/options. Just Install, Activate, and Boom!

Installation:

  • 1. Upload the ‘edd-extra-notes-on-checkout’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/‘ directory
  • 2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  • 3. That’s it!

FAQ:

Any specific requirements for this plugin to work?
Easy Digital Downlaods plugin should be installed and activated, for this plugin to work.

Is that it?
Pretty much, yeah

Screenshots:

edd-extra-notes-on-checkout screenshot 1Extra note(s) textarea on checkout screen

edd-extra-notes-on-checkout screenshot 2{extra_note} email tag

How to fix Error 404 when Password Protect a WordPress Subdirectory with .htaccess

When you try to password protect a WordPress subdirectory by adding .htaccess and .htpasswd under subdirectory, you sometimes (in fact most of the times) get Error 404 – Page not found when you visit that subdirectory location in the browser.

To fix this error, add the following line at the top of .htaccess located in the root of your WordPress installation (yes, root .htaccess and not .htaccess of your password protected subdirectory), and you’re good to go now.

ErrorDocument 401 default

Do you have any different solution? I would love to hear your comments.

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