As you work in the WordPress Admin Area, you'll undoubtedly encounter "admin notices" that let you know about errors, updated settings, required actions, and so forth. Most default admin notices are provided by WordPress out of the box, but it's up to plugins and themes to provide any custom notices that may be required. This DigWP tutorial digs deep into WordPress admin notices and explains how to implement, customize, and everything in between. Four types of admin notices Here are screenshots showing examples of the four types of admin notices: Success – displayed when something good happens, like settings updated successfully Error – displayed when an error or something bad happens Warning – displayed when the user should be warned of something Information – displayed to communicate information to the user Probably everyone is familiar with these notices, they help provide feedback to the user as they work with the WP Admin Area. The remainder of this article is aimed at WordPress developers who implement these notices in their plugins and themes. Under the hood The source code of these different types of admin notices basically is the same. The only difference are the class names
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