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Friday, 26 July 2013

How to Enable Hidden Admin feature in Wordpress

Wordpress is no less than a gigantic multi-purpose platform which is gaining more popularity than any other existing content management system day by day. There are a great number of features available within the wordpress admin panel but there is an hidden admin feature that you might not be aware of.

This tutorial will help you enable this hidden admin features. This is basically a page that contains all the data of your wordpress site being displayed from your Database such as your sites favicon URL, admin email , blog name , blog description, comment options, category options, image options, mail options or many other options depending on the plugins that you have installed within your wordpress site as well as the nature of your theme that has been activated and being used. You can easily configure (Update or Remove) any option there and can the changes.

It is quite simple to enable this hidden admin feature. First of all you need to log in to your wordpress admin panel.

Next go to Appearance > Editor and choose functions.php file of your theme.

Paste the following chunk of code within your functions.php file at the bottom and then save the file.:
   function all_settings_link() {
    add_options_page(__('All Settings'), __('All Settings'), 'administrator', 'options.php');
   add_action('admin_menu', 'all_settings_link');

That is it. Once you have saved the file, now you will be able to see an extra option named "All Settings" under the settings tab.
Within your wordpress admin panel, go to Settings > All Setings. There you will see a long list of configurable options that can be managed.


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