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WordPress Category Slug and How to Show it

Claudia Loens of and I recently launched a client site (

On all pages, except the home page, I wanted to show the category for the post, or the page title, as well as an image custom to that category/page title. So I needed to get the WordPress category slug, and also the WordPress page slug.

Here’s how I did it. Read More →

Faster WordPress Navigation between Posts and/or Pages

WordPress navigation between your posts and between your pages is a little cumbersome when you’re trying to make changes to many of them at once.

For example, if you decide you change SEO plugins and want to edit all of your pages, or change your featured images, or layouts, or implement an excerpt, you normally need to

  1. Show all pages
  2. Select the page you want
  3. Make your changes and save
  4. Repeat steps 1 to 3

What if you could eliminate one of those steps? Read More →

Changing and overriding the WordPress Dashboard Logo

In the most recent post Changing and overriding the WordPress Admin logo, I showed how to update the WordPress Admin logo. This was using a particular method that worked, but it turned out I wanted to make the subscriber experience a little more complete.

So this this article, I’ve simplified the WordPress Admin logo code, and in addition to that I’ve also changed the WordPress Dashboard logo, which will be one of two logos or “dashicons” displayed when a subscriber, or anyone else, is logged in. Read More →

Changing and overriding the WordPress Admin logo

If you’re doing custom WordPress designs like I do, or simply want to improve yours and your customer’s login experience, there are many ways to simplify and customize the WordPress dashboard.

One of the ways that’s not so straightforward is the changing and overriding of the WordPress Admin logo. Read More →