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[Resolved] Why four separate plugins?

  • You have admin bar removal, admin bar node removal, toolbar removal and toolbar node removal, all as separate plugins! Why not roll them all into one, or at least just have two (admin bar with node and toolbar with node). Having all these separate plugins is very confusing, and downright superfluous. After all, they all ultimately serve the same purpose from the end user’s point of view.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-toolbar-node-removal/

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  • Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    @slangji

    Merge all on future (end of 2013), if is possible …

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    @slangji

    Frequently Plugin Updates annoying administrators, force unnecessary cache clearing, reduce plugin ranking and reputation.

    Separate plugin addon, with latest node removal updates, make the possibility to update it directly via ftp, frequently, without lose cache bebefict and plugin reputation.

    All single release of Admin Bar Removal and ToolBar Removal inlude all previous and latest Node Removal updates.

    Addon plugin with Node Removal are, on fact, only fast incremental update before two Stable or Major Release.

    Enjoy!

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    @slangji

    Hey ljmac, you need this plugin Disable Admin Bar ToolBar

    Please: install, test and report …

    Bye 😉

    Now it seems you have five plug-ins that provide this functionality – this is even more confusing! What is the difference between ‘basic’ and ‘full’ removal?

    Anyway, I have long since found a plug-in that provided the functionality I wanted:

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/cobol-press-disable-admin-bar/

    I use it in combination with One Click Logout Barless, which gives me back the web site and logout links in the admin:

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/one-click-logout-barless/

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    @slangji

    Basic: Disable Only
    Full: Completely Remove

    “One Click Logout Barless” was created to work in conjunction with my plugin “WP Admin Bar Removal”. Your code was also integrated on my plugin “WP ToolBar Removal” and plugin “Disable Admin Bar and ToolBar”.

    This my new plugin “Disable Admin Bar and ToolBar” in all in one disabler. Not need to add other thah this unique plugin. Also speedup WordPress DashBoard!

    Work with: WordPress, bbPress, BuddyPress.

    Is compatible with all WordPress versions since 3.1+ to 3.6+

    CobolPress .. ?

    Okay, I’ll give this one a go. I like that this plug-in ‘Removes Backend DashBoard User Option “Show Admin Bar/Toolbar” Choice”‘ – this is something most plug-ins of this type overlook.

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    @slangji

    🙂

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    @slangji

    So?

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