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WP admin top bar and user roles

  • Hi, I’m just exploring this cool plugin and I have several doubts.
    After its configuration, I created a new user to check it, everything works perfect but the new user now can see the wp admin top bar, so he has Subscriber role.
    I don’t want that the new user has any wp-managing-capabilities, just after registering has access to private pages.
    I have tried in your page http://rocketgeek.com and the wp bar doesn’t appear at all nor any wp user area.
    How can I achieve this? Can the plugin admin user roles?
    Thx!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-members/

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  • Plugin Author Chad Butler

    @cbutlerjr

    I don’t want that the new user has any wp-managing-capabilities

    Don’t misunderstand the admin bar and back-end access. This has nothing to do with “wp managing capabilities.”

    There are certainly reasons why one might want to disable it, such as design reasons. But unless you have improperly constructed plugins, there is nothing in the admin bar or the dashboard that a user with the subscriber role can do except edit their profile.

    That being said, disabling the admin bar is pretty simple. See this post.

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