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[Resolved] Remove admin tools from the site

  • Ano Nymous

    @christian-nikkanen

    Hi, I’m working on my own site powered with wordpress and I have quite a lot of my own code in it. One thing that REALLY annoys me is that the admin tools are displayed on the site when I have logged in to admin panel, and those “Edit post” links are adding a HUGE margin to every page, and the content doesn’t display as if I’m not logged in. So I want to remove them completely from the site, I only control the content from the admin panel.

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  • What happens if you open your site in another browser’s session while logged in?

    Also:

    Admin Dashboard>Users>Click on you>un-check ‘Toolbar-Show Toolbar when viewing site’>Update Profile

    Ano Nymous

    @christian-nikkanen

    That is the problem. The site displays normally then, but it’s way too slow for me to switch between two windows than two tabs, and chrome doesn’t allow using ignoncito mode at certain tab only.

    Did that thing you said, thanks. Then let’s hope it displays correctly on computer also.

    Ano Nymous

    @christian-nikkanen

    Okay, that removed the admin bar, but it still shows the “Edit” buttons on every page, on so on shows a huge margin that it doesn’t show when session isn’t registered.

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