10. WPMU DEV Dashboard Plugin
This guide demonstrates how to unleash the power of the the WPMU DEV Dashboard, a plugin exclusively available to WMPU DEV members. If you’ve installed the Dashboard and synced your first site to The Hub, then get started configuring your Dashboard with the plugin manager section below.
10.1 WPMU DEV Dashboard - Plugin ManagerLink to chapter 1
The WPMU DEV Dashboard Plugins manager allows you to research, install, and manage plugins from one screen. Search WPMU DEV’s library of more than 100 premium plugins, review their features and install with one click. A bulk action feature allows you to activate, deactivate, update, install, or delete plugins selectively or all at once from one screen.
10.2 WPMU DEV Dashboard - SupportLink to chapter 2
The WPMU DEV Dashboard’s Support tab is your first stop when seeking solutions to any issue, from minor nuisances to show stoppers.
Your complete support history in one place! Create a new support tickets, view open tickets, review resolved issues, and view feedback from WPMU DEV support Superheroes and member peers.
In those instances when you need hands on WPMU DEV support, you can grant WPMU DEV support Superheroes temporary access to your site’s admin section by clicking the Grant Support Access button.
The WPMU DEV Dashboard plugin pulls together key information regarding your site’s unique system information. Simply click the System Info button and your site’s PHP, MYSQL, WordPress, Server and HTTP Request data will be displayed in a convenient tabbed format. Advanced developers can use the data to monitor and troubleshoot their sites, and having the system information readily available greatly enhances the efficiency with which WPMU DEV Superheroes can address your support needs.
10.3 WPMU DEV Dashboard - ToolsLink to chapter 3
The WPMU DEV Dashboard tools include built-in analytics and a feature for white labeling plugins.
The WPMU DEV Dashboard includes basic analytics that don’t require any setup, third party integration and no extra plugins. No more hunting down and adding tracking codes. Just activate analytics in the Dashboard’s settings and start tracking. The data is displayed in your WordPress admin dashboard, in The Hub and Hub Reports. Multisite managers can use subdomains to create reports that include analytics unique to each subsite. You can also control which users see your traffic data.
White Label Plugins
Remove all WPMU DEV branding from our plugins, and replace it with your own, including adding your own custom graphic. This includes removing the WPMU DEV documentation button and the default WPMU DEV footer text, where you can replace our text with yours.
Remove WPMU DEV Branding, aka the Hero-Hider
Remove Super Hero images from WPMU DEV plugins entirely, and replace the plugin images that appear on the dashboard with your own logo by clicking the Custom button and using the image uploader to upload your logo.
Remove WPMU DEV Footers
Remove or replace the default WPMU DEV footer text from all plugin screens by clicking the Custom button and entering your custom footer text into the field provided. Clicking the Custom button without entering replacement text will remove the footer from all plugin screens and leave the footer area empty.
Remove Documentation Links
Most WPMU DEV plugins include a View Documentation link that accesses our documentation library for that plugin. Click the Hide button to remove the View Documentation link if you don’t want users to have access to that information.
10.4 The WPMU DEV Dashboard Plugin - SettingsLink to chapter 4
The WPMU DEV Dashboard Settings tab is where you configure the Dashboard’s general settings. From here you can enable automatic updates for the Dashboard plugin and control Dashboard access.
Control which administrators can see the WPMU DEV Dashboard plugin and announcements.
Access or reset your API key, update your WPMU DEV email and password, and manage your add-ons with this direct link to your WPMU DEV account.