In the second part of this post I’ll show you how you can add a column that lists the total number of pages for a user with a break out of the drafts, pending private, and published. Each element is linked to the respective list of pages. Note that this modification removes the Posts column from the user page, however if you wish to retain it, remove the first five lines (the notonebit_modify_user_columns and the associated add_filter call).
The following code would be added to your theme’s functions.php file.
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Note: The + and – operators must always be surrounded by whitespace. The operand of calc(50% -8px) for instance will be parsed as a percentage followed by a negative length, an invalid expression, while the operand of calc(50% – 8px) is a percentage followed by a minus sign and a length. Even further, calc(8px + -50%) is treated as a length followed by a plus sign and a negative percentage. The * and / operators do not require whitespace, but adding it for consistency is allowed, and recommended.
This is a two-part post that will give you the code for plugins that will modify your WordPress user management page with some useful additional information
This post will give you the code for the highlighted area on the left. This code adds two bits of information for every user, their last login date and time, and the last date and time they were active. When you hover over the “Last login” and “Last active” text the tooltip shows you the exact date and time info. Continue reading “Two WordPress Plugins To Improve Your User Management Page”
For the past several months I’ve been trying to learn more about the CSS flex box module. If you’re like me you learn from reading and then doing, so to help out I built a playground where you can learn about and test out the basics of the flex box module. The playground gives you all sorts of useful information about the various properties of flex box and an area to test basic layouts.
The is the first release (I’ll probably post this on GitHub) and I’m open to any suggestions on making this a better learning resource.