So far in this series, we’ve covered two separate ways to dismiss persistent WordPress admin notices. We’ll build on that in this fourth and final part of the tutorial series by looking at two more specific methods to permanently dismiss your admin notices. We’ll round things off by showing how to create your own custom admin notice types and add decorations such as icons.
Welcome back to our series on persisted WordPress admin notices. We’re now in a good position to be able to extend our admin notice functionality and control when they appear on the page.
In part one of this series, we learned how to implement a basic admin notice that appears at the top of every WordPress admin page. In this tutorial, we’ll start to build out a plugin to contain all our custom admin notice code.
WordPress admin notices provide a convenient way to display messages to users in the admin area, e.g. after a post has been updated or a plugin has been activated. They’re also used by many themes and plugins to display notifications about anything from new features or security warnings to details about ongoing promotions or upgrade prompts.
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