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Surely every WordPress user knows that: Any plugin that you have installed persistently and constantly reappearing boxes with references to buy the premium version, write a review in the WordPress plugin repository or something else supposed to do. Some plugins advertise other software products of the developer or advertise any services that have nothing to do with the plugin itself.
Do not get me wrong. Basically, I have nothing against developers who make their plugins available free of charge, advertising the paid premium version or other software. What bothers me is simply the way the advertising interferes in the use of WordPress.
Often you cannot hide the hints permanently and so they annoy you every time you use the WordPress admin area. Unfortunately, this is a condition that I cannot endure for long.
If I can make a one-off payment to buy the plugin, I usually don't think about it for long and buy it to help the developer. But sometimes you have to take out a monthly subscription and the free version is enough for me. In this case I try to get rid of the repeated clues.
Since I don't like to mess around in the source code of the individual plugins, I looked to see if there was another solution to hide the unwanted message boxes - without changing the PHP code of the plugins. Ultimately, I got the plugin "Disable admin notices individually"Find what you are looking for that helps you to permanently hide the messages in the WordPress admin.
For this purpose, the plugin installs a small link "Hide notification forever" in each of these boxes, via which you can make the corresponding box disappear forever.
I tried it out with my customer who had a great 1 & 1 marketing box in his WP admin. Even this "information box" could be hidden with the plugin and no longer annoys me when I work on the customer's WordPress site.
In short: The plugin is a very recommendable addition to any WordPress installation, because some box is usually always annoying. And with the plugin "Disable admin notices individually"you will get rid of it for sure.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.