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Disable tags and categories You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Disable tags and categories
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Show EU Cookie Law consent message (check screenshots about available options). Since v.3.0 it also supports WPML for different message per language. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Show EU Cookie Law consent message (check screenshots about available options). Since v.3.0 it also supports WPML for different message per language.
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[slash_phone number="PHONE_NUMBER" prefix="COUNTRY_PREFIX" text="ANCHOR_TEXT"] - Shows a telephone number in a way that it is clickable. When clicked, if you are on a mobile device it opens the phone's dialer and if you are on a desktop computer it prompts to make a call via a related program (e.g. Skype). The "number" parameter is the only one that is absolutelly required. Here are some usage examples: [slash_phone number="999999"] would output a link "999999" which would make a phone call to 999999. [slash_phone number="999999" prefix="+30"] would output a link "999999" which would make a phone call to +30999999. [slash_phone number="999999" prefix="+30" text="Call us"] would output a link "Call us" which would make a phone call to +30999999. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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[slash_phone number="PHONE_NUMBER" prefix="COUNTRY_PREFIX" text="ANCHOR_TEXT"] - Shows a telephone number in a way that it is clickable. When clicked, if you are on a mobile device it opens the phone's dialer and if you are on a desktop computer it prompts to make a call via a related program (e.g. Skype). The "number" parameter is the only one that is absolutelly required. Here are some usage examples: [slash_phone number="999999"] would output a link "999999" which would make a phone call to 999999. [slash_phone number="999999" prefix="+30"] would output a link "999999" which would make a phone call to +30999999. [slash_phone number="999999" prefix="+30" text="Call us"] would output a link "Call us" which would make a phone call to +30999999.
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Show a telephone number in a way that it is clickable. When clicked, if you are on a mobile device it opens the phone's dialer and if you are on a desktop computer it prompts to make a call via a related program (e.g. Skype). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Show a telephone number in a way that it is clickable. When clicked, if you are on a mobile device it opens the phone's dialer and if you are on a desktop computer it prompts to make a call via a related program (e.g. Skype).
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Hide specific pages from non admins. For example, you might not want your editors to have access to the static frontpage, the blog page or pages that you use as page templates. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Hide specific pages from non admins. For example, you might not want your editors to have access to the static frontpage, the blog page or pages that you use as page templates.
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Enable the use of shortcodes in widgets. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Enable the use of shortcodes in widgets.
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Add excerpt support to pages. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Add excerpt support to pages.
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Get rid of the word "Category:" in front of the Archive title (usually needed if your theme uses the_archive_title()). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Get rid of the word "Category:" in front of the Archive title (usually needed if your theme uses the_archive_title()).
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This is a known issue. When Page Caching is activated in the W3 Total Cache plugin, the old browser warning becomes unpredictable and it may appear not only in Internet Explorer 8 but in newer IE versions as well as in Chrome. To deal with the problem you need to disable either the old IE warning or the W3TC Page Cache option. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This is a known issue. When Page Caching is activated in the W3 Total Cache plugin, the old browser warning becomes unpredictable and it may appear not only in Internet Explorer 8 but in newer IE versions as well as in Chrome. To deal with the problem you need to disable either the old IE warning or the W3TC Page Cache option.
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Technically, by selecting even one of the above options you give editors access to the Appearance section. To prevent them from accessing unwanted subsections (e.g. you want them to see the Menus but not the Widgets) the plugin hides their links via CSS/JavaScript from both the backend and the frontend. If an editor knew the link for the Widgets subsection he/she could access it. By default the plugin respects the WordPress' default behavior, keeping those options disabled (users have no access at all to the Appearance section). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Technically, by selecting even one of the above options you give editors access to the Appearance section. To prevent them from accessing unwanted subsections (e.g. you want them to see the Menus but not the Widgets) the plugin hides their links via CSS/JavaScript from both the backend and the frontend. If an editor knew the link for the Widgets subsection he/she could access it. By default the plugin respects the WordPress' default behavior, keeping those options disabled (users have no access at all to the Appearance section).
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You can allow editors access to one or more of the following sub-sections of the "Appearance" section: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can allow editors access to one or more of the following sub-sections of the "Appearance" section:
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Sometimes you only use certain features of WordPress. For example, your website might have comments disabled or not using the Links feature. Also, for better usability you might want to show your users only the options that concern them. Hiding those options won't remove them. You, as an administrator, will always see the full list of all the available options. An editor, though, won't see the hidden options, which helps him focus to only those that concern him. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Sometimes you only use certain features of WordPress. For example, your website might have comments disabled or not using the Links feature. Also, for better usability you might want to show your users only the options that concern them. Hiding those options won't remove them. You, as an administrator, will always see the full list of all the available options. An editor, though, won't see the hidden options, which helps him focus to only those that concern him.
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Generally speaking, no. WordPress' default behaviour is probably the best, that's why the specific option is disabled by default. In some cases, though, users might get confused with those notifications or think that something is wrong with the website. In cases like that, you might want to keep the update notifications visible only for those who can apply them - namely the administrators. Keep in mind that, technically, selecting this option won't remove the notifications for the non-admins - it will just hide them with CSS. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Generally speaking, no. WordPress' default behaviour is probably the best, that's why the specific option is disabled by default. In some cases, though, users might get confused with those notifications or think that something is wrong with the website. In cases like that, you might want to keep the update notifications visible only for those who can apply them - namely the administrators. Keep in mind that, technically, selecting this option won't remove the notifications for the non-admins - it will just hide them with CSS.
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It is up to you to decide whether you will use your theme's options or those provided by this plugin. It is recommended, though, that you keep those settings separated from your theme and the reason is simple: If at some point you decide to switch themes, those options will be lost and you have to remember to re-enter them. Keeping them in a plugin maintains the options between themes. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It is up to you to decide whether you will use your theme's options or those provided by this plugin. It is recommended, though, that you keep those settings separated from your theme and the reason is simple: If at some point you decide to switch themes, those options will be lost and you have to remember to re-enter them. Keeping them in a plugin maintains the options between themes.
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Slash Admin includes the following functions which you can use in your code: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Slash Admin includes the following functions which you can use in your code:
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