Enhance your website admin panel and make it more useful with these free WordPress dashboard plugins.
As a blogger, you are probably spending a great deal of time on managing your website through its WordPress admin panel. From its dashboard, you can access a lot of WordPress features which are essentially enough to maintain your website in top shape. For those who are looking for more power, they can actually integrate more functions as WordPress is a pretty much easy to extend.
Whether you want to have a glimpse of your Google Analytics stats on your admin area, or you want a color scheme for your posts, or remove dashboard access for some users altogether, you make these happen by installing WordPress dashboard plugins. We are sharing some of them in this post and the good thing is that you can download and use them for free straight from WordPress plugin directory. Check them out and share with us your thoughts!
Command your admin dashboard. Manage built-in widgets and dynamically registered widgets. Hide widgets depending upon user capabilities.
This plugin allow you to grab image from remote url and save into your own WordPress media library. By doing so, you never worried if the remote image was removed by its owner. This also save you steps to download the image to local computer and upload again to your own WordPress.
The iControlWP Secure WordPress Manager lets you manage all your WordPress websites from a central dashboard. No more logging in to each individual website to perform the same, repetitive tasks. Do them in bulk, on all your sites at once.
Hosting Monitor is an easy, visual way to track how much disk and database storage your WordPress site uses. Let users upload-away and keep an eye on storage without logging in to your hosting control panel or SSH.
Have you been looking for a way to customize the look of the WordPress admin bar without diving into any code or making any hacks? The Custom Admin Bar lets you add a logo, text, and links to the WordPress admin bar – all in a few quick clicks!
Imsanity automatically resizes huge image uploads. Are contributors uploading huge photos? Tired of manually scaling? Imsanity to the rescue! Imsanity automatically resizes huge image uploads down to a size that is more reasonable for display in browser, yet still more than large enough for typical website use. The plugin is configurable with a max width, height and quality. When a contributor uploads an image that is larger than the configured size, Imsanity will automatically scale it down to the configured size and replace the original image.
Twitter is everywhere. So why not in your WordPress Dashboard? WordPress Dashboard Twitter is a Dashboard Widget that displays Twitter @replies, sent direct messages, Retweets, Friends Timeline and favorites the convenient way within your WordPress Dashboard. WordPress Dashboard Twitter turns your Dashboard into a Twitter client.
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