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a 404 error occurs when the requested page cannot be found
generic, for when a more specific message is not available.
executed at specific points throughout the WordPress core.
Function to register custom stylesheets for WordPress’ TinyMCE visual editor.
Registers a new image size. This means that WordPress will create a copy of the Featured Image (formerly known as post thumbnail) with the specified dimensions when you upload a new image.
A safe way of adding a named option/value pair to the options database table.
add_rewrite_rule() allows you to specify additional rewrite rules for WordPress. It is most commonly used in conjunction with add_rewrite_tag() (which allows WordPress to recognize custom post/get var…
part of the Settings API, which lets you insert your own custom section in an existing wp-admin settings page.
Adds a submenu page in the Admin section of your WordPress website.
Allows a theme or plugin to register support of a certain theme feature.
Users with the ability to perform administrative tasks for a site or a network of sites.
The Admin Bar (respectively Toolbar since WordPress 3.3) is the dark band at the top of each site. It is only visible for signed in users in order to quick-administer the site via quick-links.
WordPress' flexible nature allows for almost every part of it to be easily changed. Creating a custom WordPress Admin Panel Theme is no different. There are essentially two ways of making a WordPress …
Usually, plugin and theme authors need to provide access to a settings (options) screen so users can customize how the plugin or theme is used. The best way to present the user with such a screen is t…
The admin UI (Administration/BackEnd User Interface) is what you know as "WordPress", when you're logged in. This tag summons all tasks, that alter/modify, add, remove things from the admin User Inter…