This lightweight plugin allows user to create a Dashboard widget with frequently accessed wp-admin menu for quick access.
I originally develop this plugin after spending hours of time creating client/user documentation for every WordPress projects. Instead of writting step by step navigation documentation, I used this script to organize all necessary links on the single widget for non-technical users. As a developer, I also use this script myself to organize frequently accessed wp admin links for quick access.
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Install the plugin from within the Dashboard or upload the directory dashboard-quick-link-widget and all of its contents to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory of your website
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Configure the widget options and links on Settings->Dashboard links widget.
Preview and confirm the dashboard widget.
That’s all, Now user can simply click on the button in the dashboard widget to access the page.
How to format the list of the links?
You need to put each link in separate line in following format
(fourth parameter, i.e. font awesome icon class is optional)
Link text | Button link | Button text | font-awesome icon class
For eg: Post new blog article | /wp-admin/post-new.php | Create new post | fa-cog
I manage many WordPress sites and it's often a pain to find a frequently used menu item buried within tons of options. I actually developed my own plugin for that reason (called Admin Menu Search), but even then I got tired of typing in the filter to find the menu item I wanted.
I found this plugin by searching for "Admin Links" and after a little bit of setup, it's really handy!!
Excellent plugin idea and very useful! Thank You!
This is my first plugin review. Plugins like AIOSEOP, Jetpack - why would I even bother rating them? But this little plugin is so simple, specific and handy, that I just can't help saying thank you to the author. I've got a couple of pages that I update almost daily, and I thought hey, on my dashboard there are a bunch of blocks I never use, why not put something useful there, like some direct page edit links. It would save me a couple minutes every single time. Hey, and there must be a plugin for this, right? ) And here it is ) Took me a couple of minutes to set up, works great. If you ever write another plugin like this one, let us know!
A great and EASY plugin which work without any problems. 1 thing which you can probably add: new tab for custom links (possible atm for all but not for single links). Thanks for making it and keep it up!!
This is exactly what I was looking for. I wanted a way to add quick links (bookmarks / favorite items / call them what you will) to the dashboard and this works perfectly. It's simple, customizable, and works right out of the box.
Do you have a page that you edit on a regular occasion? Or maybe you are setting a site up for someone who can't tell the difference between a page or a post and you need to make things easier for them?
This plugin makes it easy to add a quick link in the dashboard area.
Very easy to set up.