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03/22/2018 02:28:22 AM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #43484, comment 17

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    1 WordPress should automatically handle the handle the dismissing of the notice and not leave it up to the plugin/theme developer who creates the notice, like it is now. Too many plugins have non-dismissible notices, or useless notices that show for every single admin user. The latter being incredibly annoying when you're managing client sites.
     1WordPress should automatically handle the handle the dismissing of the notice and not leave it up to the plugin/theme developer who creates the notice, like it is now. Too many plugins have non-dismissible notices, or useless notices that show for every single admin user. The latter being incredibly annoying when you're managing client sites. In other words, every single notice should be dismissible, and developers shouldn't even have the option of making a notice non-dismissible.
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    33Also, just in regards to that mockup above, if the notices were shown in that fashion it might be worth considering forcing a word limit on the length of notice that is displayed. If it exceeds that length, have a link that shows the full notice text in a popup or something. The reason I'm saying this is because I've seen numerous notices from highly popular plugins that would literally cause it to display for half the page if it was shown in a narrow column like that.