Easily hide/remove Toolbars for logged in users for WP 3.1+.
It just simply adds an option page for you to turn the front end Toolbar on or off. You can also remove the notice in the profile page to show front end Toolbar.
On the front end, yes. On the backend (admin area), you need to use the Brute Force Plugin..
It is not that much different. But, most of the other ones just turn it off when you activate them. Wouldn't you want to have an option page to do that yourself if you like? Aside from that, this plugin also uses a global variable that WordPress uses to see if the Toolbar should be on or off, and then also adds another method to ensure that if WordPress changes the Toolbar functionality in the near future, the plugin should still work.
There are not that many plugins to turn off the Admin bar, though. This plugin (Brute Force version) can do that. It also works with the new WordPress 3.8 interface, were many others do not.
Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.1
Last Updated: 2014-3-11
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