How to Hide WordPress Admin Notifications

The more WordPress plugis you you, the more annoying notifications you’ll get. Therefore, in this video I am going to show you two easy methods how to hide WordPress admin notiofications.

Video: How to Hide WordPress Admin Notifications?

How to Hide WordPress Admin Notifications?

Add this snippet insideo your child theem’s functions.php file or better yet, use Code Snippets plugin for it.

// Hide WordPress Admin Notifications programmatically
function pr_disable_admin_notices() {
        global $wp_filter;
            if ( is_user_admin() ) {
                if ( isset( $wp_filter['user_admin_notices'] ) ) {
                                unset( $wp_filter['user_admin_notices'] );
                }
            } elseif ( isset( $wp_filter['admin_notices'] ) ) {
                        unset( $wp_filter['admin_notices'] );
            }
            if ( isset( $wp_filter['all_admin_notices'] ) ) {
                        unset( $wp_filter['all_admin_notices'] );
            }
    }
add_action( 'admin_print_scripts', 'pr_disable_admin_notices' );

Here are some of my favorite WordPress tools

Thanks for reading this article! I hope it's been useful as you work on your own websites and e-commerce sites. I wanted to share some tools I use as a WordPress developer, and I think you'll find them helpful too.

Just so you know, these are affiliate links. If you decide to use any of them, I'll earn a commission. This helps me create tutorials and YouTube videos. But honestly, I genuinely use and recommend these tools to my friends and family as well. Your support keeps me creating content that benefits everyone.

Themes: Over the past few years, I've consistently relied on two primary themes for all sorts of projects: the Blocksy theme and the Kadence Theme. If you explore this website and my YouTube channel, you'll come across numerous tutorials that delve into these themes. If you're interested in obtaining a 10% discount for both of these themes, then:

Code Snippets Manager: WPCodeBox allows you to add code snippets to your site. Not only that, but it also provides you with the capability to construct and oversee your WordPress Code Snippets library right in the cloud. You can grab it with the 20% discount here (SAVE 20% Coupon: WPSH20).

Contact forms: There are hundreds of contact forms out there but Fluent Forms is the one I like the most. If you need a 20% discount then use this link (save 20% coupon is WPSH20).

Gutenberg add-ons: If I need a good Gutenberg blocks add-on then Kadence Blocks is the one I have used the most. You’ll get a 10% discount with the coupon SIMPLEHACKS here.

Website migration: While building a website you probably need a good plugin that can help you with the migration, backups, restoration, and staging sites. Well, WpVivid is the one I have used for the last couple of years. If you use this link along with the WPSH20 coupon you’ll get a 20% discount.

Woocommerce extensions: There are a bunch of Woocommerce extensions that I like but the one that stands out is Advanced Dynamic Pricing. Once again, you’ll get a 20% discount if you use this link here (save 20% coupon is WPSH20)

Web Hosting: If you would like to have a really fast and easy-to-use managed cloud hosting, then I recommend Verpex Hosting (see my review here). By the way, this site is hosted in Verpex.)

To see all my most up-to-date recommendations, check out this resource that I made for you!

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