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Thanks to the WordPress core developers team it is not only possible but even simple. The only special thing you need to know is the WordPress option name.
In order to change some WordPress option value for the user, user role, date, time, post, etc. use proposed code snippet as the starting point. The code sample below automatically replaces global WordPress administrator email
admin_email option value with own email of the current user with “Administrator” role. Just insert this code to your active theme functions.php file in order it starts working:
Some of plugins were written with user friendly policy in a mind and has an option at their settings to hide selected widget. What to do with plugin which does not allow blog owner to manage what widget to show at the WordPress back-end dashboard and what does not?
Yes, any user may hide unneeded widget switching of correspondent checkbox inside the “Screen Options” at the top of the page. But suppose, that You, as administrator, wish to make your blog dashboard more user friendly and to help your users to spend their time more effectively. Some times you even do not wish to let user know, that some widget is available at all. Use this recipe to make your dashboard cleaner.
The most impressive new feature included into version 3.7 is the automatic background update of WordPress core. That’s cool. You may sleep, have a good vacations, but your lovely WordPress will be always up-to-date, and all security vulnerabilities found will be fixed automatically. Fantastics which becomes the reality! But this is the one side of the coin only.