Custom Meta Widget

Plugin URI: Contributors: bitacre
Donate link:
Tags: meta, hide, link, admin, simple, widget, default,, change, rss, remove, login
Requires at least: 2.8
Tested up to: 4.9.4
Stable tag: 1.5.1

Clone of the standard Meta widget plus options to hide log in/out, admin, feed and links.


This plugin acts in exactly the same way as the standard Meta widget except that it adds options which allow you control which of the 5 standard Meta widget links should be displayed, with the additional option to add your own custom link.

The standard Meta widget that comes with WordPress offers no customization and requires you to show all 5 of the standard links (register, login, entries RSS, comments RSS, and, as well as any links added by themes or other plugins).


  1. Download the latest zip file and extract the custom-meta-widget directory.
  2. Upload this directory inside your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  3. Activate the 'Custom Meta Widget' on the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
  4. Add the 'Custom Meta' widget to your sidebar (using the Appearance > Widgets menu) and choose which customizations you would like.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why does my Meta widget look the same?

This plugin does not modify the standard WordPress Meta widget. It is a completely separate widget titled 'Custom Meta.' If you are currently using the standard Meta widget, you will have to remove it from your sidebar and replace it with the Custom Meta widget using the Appearance > Widgets menu.

It also looks identical to the standard Meta Widget unless you opt to change which links are shown/hidden in the Appearance > Widgets menu, under the expanded 'Custom Meta' widget.

Which links can I hide/show?

You can remove any, all, or none of the links which appear on the standard Meta widget. You are also able to add a custom link to the list if you wish.

Why did you make this?

I didn't like having the 'Comments RSS' link on the sidebar, but did like having the rest of them. I couldn't find a plugin to do that and manually editing the code to accomplish this, while simple, is a dirty hack that breaks with every WordPress update, so I created a crude plugin to remove just the 'Comments RSS' link. I then cleaned this up and added an options page for all the links so that no one else would have to do this in the future.

Can you add this feature I just thought of?

Can I? Yes. Will I? Yes, if I think it would be a helpful addition. I'm trying to keep things clean and simple, but there's always room for improvement, so let me know if you think a feature is lacking!

Will vanilla WordPress ever implement some variation of this?

I don't know man. They haven't yet, so it doesn't look very likely. But I think they should and I would be glad if they did.

Why did you add an option to link to the plugin site, you horrible sellout?

Most people, myself included, are understandably reluctant to donate real currency for free stuff. However, putting a link to my site from your site is just as helpful and a much more comfortable and forthcoming mode of charity, especially in the webmaster community. Also, because I'm a horrible sellout.


Custom Meta Widget Screenshot 1
The widget's options page on the Appearance > Widgets menu.

Custom Meta Widget Screenshot 2
The widget displayed on the sidebar with 3 links hidden and a custom link added.

Custom Meta Widget Screenshot 3
Comparison of options between the standard and Custom Meta Widget.



  • Fixed the "show custom link" functionality. My bad.


  • Some formatting changes to bring closer alignment with the current vanilla WordPress Meta Widget.
  • Added ability for links added to the meta widget by other themes/plugins as introduced in 4.4 via wp_meta().
  • Added compatibility with some new filters introduced since the last major update.
  • General code clean-up and modernization.


  • Updated deprecated __construct() method
  • Thank you to dsmiller


  • Purely cosmetic update for WordPress 4.4


  • WordPress 3.6.1 update
  • Added fr_FR (French) translation
  • Added nl_NL (Dutch) translation
  • Added pl_PL (Polish) translation
  • Added sr_RS (Serbian) translation


  • WordPress 3.5.1 update
  • Added sk_SK (Slovak) translation


  • Added de_DE (German) translation
  • General update to language files
  • Major code efficiency upgrades


  • Small correction to the ru_RU (Russian) translation


  • WordPress 3.5 update
  • Added translations for ru_RU


  • Added missed textdomains for more complete i18n
  • Added translations for da_DK, en_NZ, en_PH, and en_NZ
  • Updated/fixed all translation files


  • Code efficiency improvements (better loops)
  • Now removes default Meta Widget (to avoid confusion)


  • Small metadata update


  • Updated for WordPress version 3.3.2
  • Fixed the 1 missed textdomain for i18n


  • Fixed typo introduced in i18n transition.
  • Adds translation files for en-AU, en-CA, en-GB, en-IE, and es-MX.


  • Fixed minor issues with i18n text domains.


  • Internationalized all displayed text.


  • Added additional error handling for the custom link url input.
  • Added an option to beg you for link love (disabled by default, and not annoying).
  • Slightly changed widget options to look more like the vanilla widget's.


  • Added error handling to prevent blank custom links from being inserted on the sidebar.
  • Cleaned up code formatting.


  • Added a custom link option (disabled by default).
  • Updated screenshots 1-3.
  • Changed plugin name on Appearance > Widgets menu to 'Custom Meta' instead of 'Custom Meta Widget' which was redundant.
  • Added additional code commenting.


  • Fixed reference to non-existent instance error.


  • Minor improvements to code architecture.
  • Increased compliance with WordPress style standards.
  • Significantly more code commenting.


  • First released version.
  • There may still be bugs, but I can't find any.

Upgrade Notice


Restores the "show custom link" functionality.


This update implements new functionality implemented after WordPress 4.4. If you are, amazingly, somehow, still using a version of WordPress older than 4.4, this may cause problems. (But if your install is that old, you already have problems :D)


Replaces deprecated function throwing debug error message


Purely cosmetic update for WordPress 4.4


Optional upgrade, new translations pl_PL (Polish), fr_FR (French), sr_RS (Serbian), and nl_NL (Dutch).


Optional upgrade, new translation sk_SK (Slovak).


Recommended upgrade, new languages and performance improvement.


Small correction to ru_RU (Russian) language translation files, recommended upgrade.


Russian language files and WordPress 3.5 compatibility update, not a critical upgrade.


Fixes some i18n issues and adds additional languages, recommended upgrade.


Improves code efficiency, new features, recommended upgrade.


Updated metadata, not an essential upgrade.


Fixes one textdomain missed in the internationalization update and update for WordPress 3.3.2.


Adds translations for several languages.


Minor improvements to i18n for translators.


Adds internationalization, helpful for non-English users.


Adds some more error handling, small cosmetic tweaks, and shameless self-promotion.


Adds error handling if a custom link with no url/text is added.


Adds new custom link functionality.


Fixes a code error.


Not essential, no bug fixes just minor structural code changes. (Mostly a test of the SVN repository system which I am new at.)

Translation Help

If you would like to help make this plugin available in your native language, please send your .po file to [email protected], and I will include it in the next version. The all the language files are in the lang subdirectory of the plugin.

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Donations are graciously accepted to support the continued development and maintenance of this and other plugins. We currently accept PayPal, link backs, and kind words. Also, checking the 'show plugin link' option on the widget helps us out greatly!

71 Thoughts on “Custom Meta Widget

  1. Greetings. I just started using Custom Meta Widget and so far I like it – thanks!

    Just one thing: this morning, I noticed that the plugin updated itself. The version is still 1.4.1, but two files changed:

    The changes are all related to the change in your domain, from to

    I would prefer to handle plugin updates manually, so I was wondering whether there is an option to disable the plugin’s silent, automated updates. If not, are there any plans to add such an option?


    • bitacre on September 4, 2012 at 9:38 am said:

      The plugin shouldn’t/couldn’t have updated itself unless it was reinstalled. Because all I did was change the URLs in the files, nothing of substance was added so, I didn’t release a new version (i.e. version 1.4.2), I just updated the current version 1.4.1 in the database. This means that anyone who hasn’t downloaded it yet will get the new version, but the people who have already downloaded 1.4.1 won’t be asked to update and certainly won’t update without permission.

      If the files did update themselves, that was not my intention, and is a problem with the plugin system, not some type of secret update code.

      Are you sure you have the updated version?

      Version 1.4.1 had a bug fix and was very recently released, separately from the change of domain name. Perhaps you just updated it with a few other plugins at once then forgot about it?

      Automatically updating plugins would be a MASSIVE security breach so if this is happening in the plugin system, WordPress needs to be told ASAP.

  2. Is there a way to remove the link that is attached to the ‘logo’ area on the reg/login pages?

    I have tried making changes on the plugin’s Editor page of my dash… but its not working.

    Please help.

    • That sounds like an issue with your theme. Vanilla wordpress doesn’t have that.

      • Can you elaborate on this? I

        Is there a particular string within the css/editor that I should look at if I was looking to replace the link?

        As I stated before I went to the plugin editor for ‘custommetawidget’ if you check out my site you can see that I have branded the login page… I really am at a loss on what to change in order to remove the link over the logo but I really like this widget.

        • bitacre on October 3, 2012 at 4:10 pm said:

          Okay first of all, this plugin has absolutely nothing to do with the actual login page, it’s just a sidebar widget. This is all it does.

          Secondly, this totally unrelated problem is easy to fix. I don’t know how you managed to skin the login page logo without knowing how to do the url, but you just need to throw one more line in your theme’s functions.php file.

          function shinra_login_url() {
              return '';
          add_filter( 'login_headerurl', 'shinra_login_url');

          Again, this has absolutely nothing to do with this plugin, but I hope I was able to help you anyway.

          • Thanks for the help the issue was with the ‘custom branding’ i removed the plugin that I had and installed a diferent one. completely resolved this issue.

            Really appreciate the extra mile you went!

          • bitacre on October 4, 2012 at 5:42 pm said:

            Anytime. 😀

  3. Found this section after I sent an email request so will also post it here. Is it possible to get this plugin with 2 custom links as an option ?

  4. Thanks very much it appears everything is working. Do you have a paypal link where I might send a small token of my appreciation for your assistance.

  5. Hi, and thank you. Is there anyway I can hard code this in to sidebar.php so that it always is on the bottom of the sidebar ?

    • bitacre on December 22, 2012 at 4:25 pm said:

      Yes… if you really want to. You can hardcode widgets using the the_widget() template tag. This function has the following syntax: the_widget( $widget_PHP_class, $instance, $args );. This particular widget has quite a few instance variables, so it will be a little cumbersome if you want to set them manually. Here’s an example of the whole code snippet:

      $instance = array( 
          'title' => 'Widget title', 
          'register' => 1, 
          'login' => 1, 
          'entryrss' => 0, 
          'commentrss' => 0, 
          'wordpress' => 0, 
          'showcustom' => 1, 
          'customtext' => 'Custom Link Text', 
          'customurl' => '', 
          'linklove' => 1
      $args = array(
          'before_widget' => '', 
          'before_title' => '', 
          'after_title' => '', 
          'after_widget' => '' 
      the_widget( 'customMetaWidget', $instance, $args );

      So yes it’s possible, but… why would you want to?

      • Hi again, and thanks for responding. The owner of the site (billplattfishing*com) wants the the login below all of the sponsor advertisements..As it looks now the login is smack in the middle of the sidebar. This also makes sense to me, we think client or visitor should read content before having to decide to login or register. Please, you have been so helpful to me. If showed you the sidebar.php could you help me ?

        • bitacre on December 29, 2012 at 1:07 pm said:

          Oh I see your problem now. Yes, if you send me your sidebar.php, I’d be glad to take a look.

          An easier solution might be to place the advertisement code in separate text widgets inside the sidebar, that way you can arrange everything in the sidebar from the dashboard.

          Send an email to [email protected] if you’d like to continue this conversation in private.

    • eugene80 on March 14, 2013 at 7:55 am said:


      This is actually exactly what I’ve been trying to achieve except I want to add this widget into my header.php file. Could you perhaps assist me with this? I can send you my header.php file if you don’t mind.

      Thanks in advance.

  6. Hi, I am not technical. Is it possible to change the background colour of the widget to make it stand out a little more?

    • bitacre on January 16, 2013 at 11:52 am said:

      Yep! Just add this line to your theme’s style.css file (you can find the theme editor at ) :

      .widget-customMetaWidget { background-color:yellow; }

      This example would make the background yellow, but you can change this by replacing the word yellow in the line of code above with any other HTML color name.


  7. Stephen Jones on January 18, 2013 at 8:57 am said:

    Hi there.

    Just wondering if you’d be able to look at adding a couple of additional custom fields, with the ability to select visibility depending on whether logged in or not?


  8. need a change in 5
    “of the standard links (register, login, entries RSS, comments RSS, and”

    Example: entries RSS –> RSS or only orange pic RSS

    More user friendly !

  9. Great plugin thanks so much 🙂
    My request is for capability to add rss feeds for other classes of posts. Specifically I am using the portfolio plus theme which makes portfolio-posts instead of regular ones. (I also use MG Calendar which has an rss feed for its events). How do I go about modifying to make these posts appear as an optoin in the custom menu.
    Looking at the code it seems like its something to do with this:
    get_bloginfo( ‘rss2_url’ )

    But not sure how to proceed. Is it possible you could extend yours to see what other rss feeds are available and offer a line for each one ?

  10. Steve Redshaw on February 17, 2013 at 1:02 pm said:

    I like the fact that the Site Admin link does not show up if a site visitor is not logged in. On my website, nobody can just register, so the Register link does not show. When users log in the Site Admin link does appear – that’s great, that’s just how I want it to be. But can I change the wording Site Admin to Dashboard (which is a bit more friendly for loggedin users)?

    • bitacre on February 17, 2013 at 2:20 pm said:

      Its fully internationalized, so you can replace any text with any other text (checkout the codestyling localization plugin for an easy way to do this). Since this link is a native wordpress function, you can’t simply edit the text in the plugin.

      If that doesn’t work, there might be a filter hook for the function that would allow you to modify the text, but I don’t know offhand, and using localization is probably the easier and more persistent solution.

      • Steve Redshaw on February 18, 2013 at 12:58 pm said:

        thanks so much, I have not heard of localization before, but a simple plug-in did the trick

        love your plug in, it is a very practical, very useful and well thought out tool – thanks

        • bitacre on February 18, 2013 at 3:00 pm said:

          Thank you for the kind words!

          • Hi, sorry but why do you need localization for changing the text? … can’t you just: <a href="
            “> whatever_option_user_sets

            “Site Admin” is really awkward for users that are not admins…. and installing 2 plugins for doing the trick is too much I’d say…

  11. eugene80 on March 7, 2013 at 1:11 am said:


    I’ve been trying to create a [short-code] for the widget so that i could use it anywhere I like, can you possible point me in the right direction. I’m new to wordpress and php.

    What i have tried sofar was.
    1. Create a custom-meta-functions.php file with the following contents;

    then added

    include (‘custom-meta-function.php’);

    to the customMeta.php file

    and then added the following to my header.php file

    not having enough knowledge of php if have to try and google, and “copy” & play around with how i see other plugins work with shortcodes. If you could point me in the right direction I will greatly appreciate it

  12. sundos on March 8, 2013 at 6:59 pm said:

    Hi bitacre…
    I have tried for days to figure out best way for this…

    I have 2 pages that should be private … so I password protected them with no problem except it keeps me logged into those pages no matter if I log out or not.. I don’t get it. So, I tried this plug in and logged out.. went back and logged in and already can see those pages again without having to put the passwords in. This may cause an issue in more ways than one.. public computers, and if board members change, etc.

    Wondering maybe I could use the “add Links” somehow to make these pages work the way I need them too, privately. lol.. just willing to try about anything to make this work SIMPLY for the users as well as me.

    Maybe Ineed is a way to log in and OUT of the “password protected” pages only. Can this work for that in any way?

    Maybe I just need “private” and not “password protected” but I for the life of me cannot figure out how that works either.

    Can you help me in anyway? .. and beware I have very little knowledge as this is my first attempt at a website.. and I do not know any code,, though I have found and copy/pasted a very small amount and followed the instructions.

    Thanks! -sundos

  13. thgary on March 26, 2013 at 9:32 pm said:

    Is there a way to add more than one custom link?

  14. Dmitry on April 23, 2013 at 5:39 am said:

    Please fix small error in Russian translation: change “Исользуется” to “Используется”.

  15. Nice plugin!

    One problem though, once logged in, the ‘Register’ option changes to ‘Side Admin’ and ‘Site Admin’ acts as logout.

    Any solutions?

  16. Jerome on May 10, 2013 at 5:09 am said:

    What a shame, this doesn’t work as expected on a multisite WordPress installation.

    The network activated widget doesn’t appear in the plug-in list for each site, but actually appears in the widgets instead of the normal Meta widget
    – in effect it removes the normal meta widget for all sites which is not at all good :/

    Ideally it should be possible to activate it on a per site basis!

  17. Is there a way to add a target=”_blank” to the custom link option? It would be nice to have a box to check for that feature but I can manually do it if I knew where?



  18. Hi,

    i love it – where is the Donation Button?

    Regards Walter

  19. François Moreau on June 10, 2013 at 3:01 pm said:


    I just noticed you prefer questions about your plugin posted here rather than on Here is a link to a question I’ve left on, just in case:

    Sorry for the inconvenience,


  20. David Allen on June 25, 2013 at 9:02 am said:

    Just installed this and noticed in admin widget area shows an error ‘Undefined offset 4 in …..CustomMeta.php on line 62

    The problem appears to be caused by the declaration of the ‘showcustom’ in the $values array. It has ‘before’ => ” at the end instead of just ”

    Removing the ‘before’ => got rid of the warning for me.

    Thanks for a great plugin – why it isn’t in core is beyond me.

  21. WCrtesch on September 9, 2013 at 12:16 pm said:

    Hello and thank you for the wonderful plugin/widget. I have a WordPress MU Site v3.6. I have spent a few hours trying to configure/set defaults for this widget so that when a user places this widget into a widget area for their theme, that Log In/Out and Custom links are already checked by default. I have set the default $values for each to be a “1” and the custom link values to the name of the site and the url I want it to be. When I add the widget to the widget area, the custom link values for Name and URL are set as desired and written to the record ‘widget_custommetawidget’ in the table in the DB, but neither “Log In/Out and Custom” get checked. Can I ask you to guide me in this quest?

    Many thanks again,

  22. I’m trying to change the color of the Custom Meta Widget text because it’s on a dark background and you cannot see the black text very good, please help.

  23. Hi,

    Just like Tim, I would be happy if it were possible to expand the custom URL with target = “blank”. Thanks for help.

  24. The custom meta widget was just what i was looking for. I do have one question that I just cant seem to find any usefull info anywhere beside changing the name.

    When signed in, The register button turns into a admin link. I would like to change not only the name but, change where the link goes. I would like for it to go directly to posts rather than the admin.

    Any help would be appreciated.

  25. How does the updating for the multiple-custom-meta-widget works?
    I use the Is there a newer version?

    Thank you for this great plugin!

  26. Hi
    Excellent widget,coungrats.
    I’d like to make custom links to open in new tab/window. Is there a way?

  27. I thought I can add more links..Can’t do that right?

  28. Hey Art,

    .widget-header a {color:yellow;}
    in custom CSS, if you have the widget in the header section. (refer to the main css file for other areas. Haven’t found out, how to change color when hovering over, but its just a matter of time, when.

    @bitacre…. great widget! even though I’m still getting familiar with WP, I can surely say so.

  29. Hi bitacre,

    could you please replace those strings in the de_DE.po?

    : customMeta.php:199

    , php-format

    @ customMetaWidget

    msgid “%1$sSyndicate this site using RSS 2.0%2$sEntries %3$sRSS%4$s”
    msgstr “%1$sAbonniere diese Seite mit RSS 2.0%2$sBeiträge als %3$sRSS-Feed%4$s”

    : customMeta.php:205

    , php-format

    @ customMetaWidget

    msgid “%1$sSyndicate this site using RSS 2.0%2$sComments %3$sRSS%4$s”
    msgstr “%1$sAbonniere diese Seite mit RSS 2.0%2$sKommentare als %3$sRSS-Feed%4$s”

    Syndicate vs. Syndikat is a false friend and means sth. like joint venture or cartel in German. 😀

    Thank you! Soeren.

  30. jantien on December 10, 2013 at 9:35 am said:

    thank you for making this useful plugin. I use it for members of my page (not administrators), is there a way to redirect them to the homepage of the website instead of the dashboard? I use WP 3.7.1
    Thanks in advance

  31. MarkS on March 10, 2014 at 3:46 am said:

    Thanks for great plugin. I recently added better_wp_security and now the login link doesn’t go to the new login location. Do you know how I can modify it to make it work ?

  32. Thank you for this useful widget. It would be very handy if the the output gave the UL a class of “menu” as this would simplify consistent styling with other widget menus rather than targetting specifically with “customMetaWidget”.
    Thanks for consideration

  33. Jawwad Daud on April 24, 2014 at 12:28 am said:


    While testing the live version of my website I discovered that a ‘Login’ link appears on my menu that I never added. When I clicked it (from a different computer but on the same Wi-Fi connection), I was taken to wp-login page. Whereas I was hoping this was the registration page for the users.

    My guess is that the root cause can be the WordPress Address (URL) and Website Address (URL) that can be found at Settings > General. In my case, it is the same: my domain.

    When I installed WordPress, (I think) it didn’t ask me where to install it.

    Currently WordPress and my theme share the same directory on my C-Panel: www.

    When I went to Appearance > Widgets I discovered Meta widget was not active: it was just in the Available Widgets area.

    I still clicked on it and changed the properties to Inactive Widgets. Then I checked by logging out of my account but the Log In link still appears.

    Then I discovered that when I make it inactive, a copy of it goes to the Inactive Widgets are but the original remains the same.
    Should I delete the Meta Widget? Or is there a way that to manually remove it?

    Please help me solve this problem.


  34. Great plugin! I would very much like to have a text field that is not a URL. You see I use Invitation CODES to register users. I want to put that invitation code as an instruction at the bottom of the widget. You can see how I accomplished that by simply putting the # character in the link url above that text about the invitation code on my web site.

    It would be nice have the links to the register, login/logout indented also be a couple of characters as well.

    Again, I really like the simplicity and cleanness of the widget. Keep up the good work!

    Ron Smith, MD

  35. Hello,
    I was trying out your plugin(with custom meta) but you have add a “text” words for the link to work…can this be accomplished just by using the “title” on hover?

  36. I switched to but now it puts “custom meta” on all links??

  37. Hello!

    Great plugin and some really good support I see. I’m looking for a way to add more than one custom URL. Is this possible?

  38. Hi
    The plugin reports an error. The constructor is outdated.
    I added:
    function __construct() {
    // set widget options
    $widget_ops = array (
    ‘classname’ => ‘customMetaWidget’,
    ‘description’ => __( ‘Hide the individual log in/out, admin, feed and WordPress links’, ‘customMetaWidget’ )

    // extend widget
    //$this->WP_Widget( 'customMetaWidget', 'Custom Meta', $widget_ops );
    parent::__construct('customMetaWidget', 'Custom Meta', $widget_ops );


    This works ok.

  39. scott on March 13, 2016 at 8:22 am said:

    I’m trying to get rid of as many WordPress “deprecated” warnings as possible…while making my plugins match the standard distribution as much as possible. Therefore, when you have a moment, please adjust the constructor (in customMeta.php) as follows:

    function __construct()
    // set widget options
    $widget_ops = array (
    ‘classname’ => ‘customMetaWidget’,
    ‘description’ => __( ‘Hide the individual log in/out, admin, feed and WordPress links’, ‘customMetaWidget’ )
    ‘customMetaWidget’, // Base ID
    __(‘Custom Meta’, ‘customMetaWidget’), // Name
    $widget_ops // Args

    * Old constructor
    function customMetaWidget() {
    // set widget options
    $widget_ops = array (
    ‘classname’ => ‘customMetaWidget’,
    ‘description’ => __( ‘Hide the individual log in/out, admin, feed and WordPress links’, ‘customMetaWidget’ )

    // extend widget
    $this->WP_Widget( 'customMetaWidget', 'Custom Meta', $widget_ops );



  40. scott on March 13, 2016 at 9:55 am said:

    Email bounced. So I’ll try one more time. Replace the constructor with:

    function __construct()
    // set widget options
    $widget_ops = array (
    'classname' => 'customMetaWidget',
    'description' => __( 'Hide the individual log in/out, admin, feed and WordPress links', 'customMetaWidget' )
    'customMetaWidget', // Base ID
    __('Custom Meta', 'customMetaWidget'), // Name
    $widget_ops // Args

  41. Hi, I am using WPML but the custom meta widget title does not show translation, even though it appears to be registered properly with WPML translate strings and a translation has been provided, it refuses to show the translation. I looked at your code and it does appear to apply filters properly to the title. All my other widgets translate fine. i cannot see why yours does not.

    Any ideas?

    • I changed line 190 of customMETA.php


      and the title now translates correctly.

      would like some help with registering and displaying the custom URL titles though.


      • damn1 hehe, hope the code isnt lostt this time 🙂

        echo $before_title . esc_attr( $instance[‘title’] ) . $after_title;


        echo $before_title . $title . $after_title;

        • NM, couldnt wait 🙂 I added the required hooks so now the custom link titles now register and display properly under WPML

          Let me know if you want me to send you the code so you can release it in your next update.


  42. That’s a wonderful plugin. I tried it and start using it on my blogs. Thanks Scott.

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