• Resolved Donalisa Santos

    (@donna4u2)


    My users are able to access the WP Admin I don’t want that. That is towards the right side of the site. It also showing in Login when you enter the wrong email address It give you an error message says Invalid username or email then next to it says Lost your password when clicking on that it goes to the wordpress.com forgotten password Is there a coding we can add in to disable WP Admin for the whole web site or a setting that I can implement to disable WP Admin?

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  • Plugin Author Gabriel Berzescu

    (@gabrielberzescu)

    Hello @donna4u2

    1. Regarding the password recovery system, the recommended course of action is to create a front-end password recovery page, with this shortcode. And then add the lostpassword_url parameter to your login shortcode, so that it link to your newly created password recovery page.

    2. Regarding access to WP-Admin, it can not be restricted with the free version, and we are not allowed to speak about the paid versions here. But here is one thing that you can do even with the free version: hide the admin-bar. This way, the front-end will have no links to the back-end, so users would not be able to get there by clicking anything, but only by typing in the URL.

    In case you wish to speak about the paid version, please use our support ticket system.

    With best of regards,
    Gabriel

    Thanks a bunch. I appreciate that worked. 🙂 And thanks for the fast response.

    Plugin Author Gabriel Berzescu

    (@gabrielberzescu)

    Glad to help @donna4u2 🙂

    Cheers,
    Gabriel

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