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  • Plugin Author Drew Jaynes

    (@drewapicture)

    Hi PeteWall,

    Yes, there are plugins out there for removing that menupanel, called the ‘Toolbar’. If you’re a coder, look at the show_admin_bar filter. If you’re not a coder, there are plenty of plugins in the WordPress.org repository to choose from.

    Hi Drew,

    I love small plugins like this that do a well defined job and do it well. Thanks for putting it together.

    However, I think that feature of hiding the admin tool bar for non-admin users has a natural and welcome place in your plugin right under the User Profile Access: checkbox.

    I don’t need it since I just now added that add_filter( 'show_admin_bar'.... code to my child theme, but I would have liked to see that checkbox in this plugin in case I ever needed to enable it easily.

    Thanks again, Ron

    Plugin Author Drew Jaynes

    (@drewapicture)

    Hi Ron,

    Yeah, I had considered it. However, the Toolbar is currently necessary if you want people to be able to edit their profile information — most notably a mechanism for changing their passwords. That is, unless you either A) Don’t want people to be able to edit their profiles, or B) Have some front-end-editing solution.

    how do i change the picture top right next to ” welcome ” ?

    sorry. the question should have been, how do i change the thumb nail picture top right next to “welcome” when in the tool bar when i’m in the dashboard ?

    Sorry disregard, last post, it didn’t work.

    Here found this to be the easiest option.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/white-label-cms/

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