Removing WordPress Menu Items with Single Click

As a web developer working on website, All I know is time is money and during developing a website, there is one thing I hated the most. “Deleting menu items”. You see when I want to remove a menu item in WordPress, I go to [highlight2]Appearance -> Menus[/highlight2]  in admin Panel and then I remove the items one by one by expanding the menu item and using Remove to delete single item. Imagine when you have to remove an entire submenu consisting dozens of links. This exercise becomes excoriating painful.

The Solution

Meet One Click Remove Menu

  1. Just download and install this tiny plugin
  2. A little trash can button would appear on the menu item.
  3. Just delete as many items you want to without expanding and finding tiny remove link .

Thats it, Menu Item deleted.



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Reset WordPress Password | Video Tutorial

Breif Intro into Resetting WordPress Password?

I usually need to reset wordpress passwords because I set temporary passwords and usually forget the password or misplace it. Also, there are tons of queries on different freelancing sites where clients post queries likes password hacked or password forgotten and I (“The Client”) need to recover this password. So, Resetting wordpress password is something every web developor and web master must know if you are into wordpress development.

Having said that the own pre-req for this tutorial is the access to wordpress website’s database manager which is phpmyadmin most of the times. You can access phpmyadmin from website’s Cpanel account.


  1. [highlight3]Click phpmyadmin[/highlight3]
  2. [highlight2]Select your wordpress’ database. (if you don’t know your database name, then look it up into w-config.php file in root)[/highlight2]
  3. [highlight3]Open users table with prefix (which is rh_ in my case)[/highlight3]
  4. [highlight2]Look for the user you are going after and click edit[/highlight2]
  5. [highlight3]You’ll see some gibberish text written in user_pass field’s value column. Don’t worry. Just write in your new password in value column.[/highlight3]
  6. [highlight2]Click on the function drop down and select MD5[/highlight2]
  7. [highlight3]Click go[/highlight3]

This is it. You have just reseted the password of your wordpress website. I have created a tutorial video. Check it out below!

Watch Video Tutorial to Reset WordPress Password


You can reach Waqas Yousaf through twitter @wiqi.

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