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You can insert something like this: <p class="description">This is my description</p> The description class is a built in WP class that will produce the style of text you pointed out in your image.


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This post may help you to achieve your goal. http://code.tutsplus.com/articles/customizing-your-wordpress-admin--wp-24941 example would be like below, function edit_admin_menus() { global $menu; global $submenu; $menu[5][0] = 'Recipes'; // Change Posts to Recipes $submenu['edit.php'][5][0] = 'All Recipes'; $submenu['edit.php'][10][0] ...


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If this Plugin from your side, then change the strings in the functions. If not, then write a custom plugin, hook in admin_menu and parse the global $submenu. In this array are all values of the menu, smaller level 1. All parent items are stored in the global $menu. add_action( 'admin_menu', 'change_menu_item' ); function change_menu_item() { global ...


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Try using remove_menu_page(). https://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/remove_menu_page


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The simplest solution I have for this, is in my themes function, or in a custom plugin file (if you have plugins you are working with) add this code: <?php add_action( 'admin_head', 'kaz_stop_sidescroll' ); funciton kaz_stop_sidescroll(){ ?> <style type="text/css"> #adminmenuwrap{ position: relative!important;} </style> ...


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Since noone responded, here's my solution: I copied my menubar from header.php into a new file called menubar.php and called that file with include("menubar.php");



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