Simple Dashboard Plugin

I hear tell that the WPMU dashboard is changing significantly in the next release. But, in the meantime, we want to be able to remove widgets from the dashboard. (Our users are easily confused. Really.) And, ideally, we’d like to be able to swap out the developer feed with one that’s more applicable. Say, oh, I dunno, a help feed. So, I whipped up this fairly simple plugin to let site admins do that. Okay, I could have made it way simpler by just making the installer modify code. But, I hate doing that.

Oh, and props to Kevin Graeme, who’s been my sounding board/architect/big ideas guy for all of these plugins.

Anyway, code can be found here.

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  1. Marko

     /  October 16, 2008

    I suggest that you add options to enable/disable “You are…” and “You have…” and “Quota” div’s. Btw, it’s a great plugin.

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