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SitePoint PHP Blog:
How to Make WordPress Easier for Clients, Part 1 Custom Branding
April 15, 2010 @ 11:10:22

SitePoint.com has started a new series of posts today looking at how to make WordPress easier for clients to use and be happier with overall. Craig Buckler looks at things that can help your clients think simpler and easier.

In this series of articles we'll implement several options to make WordPress easier for your clients. You can probably find plugins to achieve the same thing, but this code is easy, flexible, and won't need to be updated (unless you want to make updates yourself).

He talks about how to manually do two things to make the clients' lives simpler - change the logo to something more company-related and remove the update notification from the admin panel so they don't get confused as to what the update means.

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