In some cases you may not want to be constantly reminded that a WordPress plugin needs to be updated.
Here is how you go about hiding individual WordPress plugin update notices within the WordPress admin backend.
Remove WordPress Plugin Update Notice
Simply add this code to the “
functions.php” file within your child theme. Below is an example on how to apply this on the default “hello” and “akismet” plugins:
Remove Visual Composer Update Notification
Another example, how to remove update notifications for the WordPress “Visual Composer” editor plugin which is used in many themes:
// REMOVE UPDATE NOTICE FOR VISUAL COMPOSER
add_filter( 'site_transient_update_plugins', 'remove_update_notifications' );
if ( isset( $value ) && is_object( $value ) )
unset( $value->response['js_composer_theme/js_composer.php'] );
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