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Version 3.1 is faulty (2 posts)

  1. billthomas@fuse.net
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    Posted 3 years ago #

    If you don't log out of "admin", the website has an admin bar at the top where anyone can click on and get into the admin section. To avoid this you have to log out of admin and then the bar at the top of the website disappears.

  2. That's not a fault. Only YOU can see the admin bar when YOU are logged in.

    From http://wordpress.org/support/topic/troubleshooting-wordpress-31-master-list?replies=7

    You can turn this off for yourself in your profile.

    If it's throwing your theme out of whack, make sure you have a call to wp_footer() in your theme's footer. The next cause for that is your theme's css having a conflict. If it's your avatar size, again, that's CSS. Check out this link for more info: http://voodoopress.com/2011/02/wordpress-3-1-admin-bar-upgrade-issues/

    Wanna turn the admin menu ON for EVERYONE? Use the Always Show Admin Bar Function

    Like the bar but not the search? Hide Admin Bar Search Plugin is there.

    Want to minimise it? Admin Bar Minimiser Plugin

    Want to disable it selectively? Admin Bar Disabler Plugin can do that.

    Finally if you MUST turn it off...

    To disable it, you can add this to your functions.php

    /* Disable the Admin Bar. */
    add_filter( 'show_admin_bar', '__return_false' );

    OR use the Disable Admin Bar plugin.

    FYI, if you put the plugin in a folder called mu-plugins (yes, you can do this on Single Site as well as MultiSite) then your users won't be able to un-install it unless they go in via FTP. Just put the mu-plugins folder in the same level as themes and plugins (wp-content/mu-plugins) and copy the FILE (not the folder) for the plugin into there. Done.

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