Disable the Admin Bar that now appears on the public side of WordPress blogs.
For a hassle free integration, drop the plugin file into
wp-content/mu-plugins (create the directory if needed) and it will be automatically activated.
Installation is, as usual :
- Upload files to your
/wp-content/plugins/directory (preserve sub-directory structure if applicable)
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Refer to the official plugin page for documentation, usage and tips
With newer version of WordPress you may need to use the following which will leave the Toolbar available in the Dashboard but hide it on all front facing pages.
Does exactly what it says it does. Only problem is that it also seems to disable the dashicons font which I need in my theme.
EDIT: Actually, it was my fault. I hadn’t enqueued the dashicons font properly. This plugin actually helped me fix an issue I didn’t even know I had!
If anyone else is wondering how to properly use the dashicons font in your frontend, this is the article that helped me out: