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A user interface(UI) is defined as “the means by which the user and a computer system interact, in particular the use of input devices and software.” It is one of the more important web design concepts but is often overlooked.
We all know that providing informative, entertaining and/or inspiring content is a critical component to attracting visitors to our sites, but for many users the million dollar question is how to convert them to subscribers.
If this is the first tutorial you’re reading in this series, then I highly recommend catching up with what we’ve covered thus far.
In this series, we’ve taken a look at how we can implement a system that allows us to programmatically define custom messages that display on a given administration page in the WordPress back end.