Teleport, managing WordPress with shortcuts

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<p> Well, I'm decided, <strong> the next version of WordPress should have incorporated Teleport </strong> and so this CMS will come close to the simplicity we all look for. </p>
<p> And that is that is a lover of the <strong> keyboard shortcuts </strong>you have to admit it, because <strong> you get to any site with 10 fingers before with just one </strong> no matter how fast you are with the mouse. </p>
<p> And <a href= Teleport is the perfect assistant for any administrator, editor or manager of a WordPress, because with the asset you will save many clicks, even click when managing your WordPress. [19659003] The best thing is that it is a plugin, free, that once active puts your fingers to its full power . [19659] 003] What does it do ?, put your WordPress in space orbit

Once active you just have to press the key " w " to activate it and choose to click in its pop-up icons or use the quick access keys that it puts at your disposal, namely:

You press the "w" key and then one of the following:

  • e – (Edit) Edit the current page / entry
  • d – (Dashboard – Desktop) Takes you to the desktop
  • s – (Settings – Settings) Takes you to the settings page
  • to – (File) Takes you to the page of entries / pages / types Custom input (depends on what you're looking at that moment)
  • q – (Quit – Quit) Disconnects the current user / Redirects to the login page
  • w – Closes Teleporter / Access
  • esc – Closes the Teleporter

To see it in action nothing better than this great video, which also has a …

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At the moment it only works on the web, not within the administration area but they plan to incorporate this possibility. Enjoy it!

NOTICE : This publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Let no one move the meta boxes of the WordPress desktop

There are few occasions, sure, but if you have customized the WordPress desktop as CMS, for a client, there are times when it may be useful to avoid that you can move the meta-boxes of the desktop and that remain as you put them for your client.

To get it you just have to add a small code to your function plugin this:

You save the changes and you already have it, now you will remain still even if the user tries to move them "by grabbing" them from their title bar.

WordPress Editor and Desktop in a single column "by default"

Yesterday Juan Santiago asked how it is done for that the WordPress Desktop is seen by default in a single column so you do not have to waste time giving explanations to your clients.

And since I am very well sent and, fortunately, it is very simple, here is the requested trick …

You just have to add some code to your function plugin or file ] functions.php of your active theme and you already have it, this:

// Editor to a single column by default

function so_screen_layout_columns ( $ columns

) {

$ columns [ 'post' ] = 1 ;

return $ columns ;

}

add_filter ] ( 'screen_layout_columns' 'so_screen_layout_columns' ) ;

function so_screen_layout_post () {

return 1 ;

} [19659002] add_filter ( 'get_user_option_screen_layout_post' 'so_screen_layout_post' ) ];

This trick is applied to the ticket editor, where it is especially interesting for users with small screens of Netbooks or even Tables, in which the HTML and Visual tabs sometimes overlap, or simply more space is needed to have everything by hand in the editor.

But since I know you're going to ask, here's the code, adapted so that the main Desktop window also comes to a column by default, in case you need it.

// Desktop to a single column by default

function so_screen_layout_columns ( $ columns

) {

$ columns [ 'dashboard' ] = 1 [19659008];

return $ columns ;

}

add_filter ( 'screen_layout_columns' 'so_screen_layout_columns' ) ;

function ] so_screen_layout_dashboard () {

return 1 ;

} ]

add_filter ([1 9459020] 'get_user_option_screen_layout_dashboard'

'so_screen_layout_dashboard' ) ;

As you see, it only requires a minimum change.

Your own news widget on your desktop in WordPress

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<p> Have you noticed that some plugins add a <strong> own news widget on the desktop </strong> ?, Would you like to know how to do it ?, Well the truth is that it is quite simple, like almost everything in WordPress. </p>
<p> It is an element of <a href= branding great for customer loyalty or simply to have your registered users informed.

You only have to resort to our already famous function plugin or else to the file functions.php of the active theme and add the following:

What do you want to do the same on the page to add a new entry or another, you just have to replace the references to, in this case load-page-new.php by load-post-new.php and so on.

Enjoy it 😉

NOTICE : this post It's two or more years ago. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say that we have not warned you.

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Full Twitter in WordPress • WordPress Help

We already saw some time ago as Tweetable allowed you to post on Twitter without leaving the WordPress desktop but with WordPress Dashboard Twitter the experience reaches a complete degree of satisfaction.

is that not only are you going to be able to send your "tweets" to Twitter but it also offers you, through tabs, the possibility of reviewing the mentions, sent messages and favorites of your account.

Change the footer text of the WordPress desktop

In a display of personalization of the management environment of your WordPress especially if it is for clients, you can customize the footer of the desktop with your own message, links, whatever you want. [19659002] You just have to add this code – with your personalized message, of course – to the file functions.php of your active topic: