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Michael Michael

Hi Towhid,

I thought if deactivating the back-end wasn’t working, maybe allowing all access to the back-end would work so I changed admin area access > default, and that fixed the issue 🙂

If others have plugin conflicts with back-end access you may be able to recommend this too.
Thanks again for your help.

Regards,
Michael

Michael Michael

Hi Towhid,

Thanks for the image solution. Here are the URL’s

1 – http://postimg.org/image/3xwwifspf/
2 – http://postimg.org/image/ikxv03rbn/
3 – http://postimage.org/image/5w3kgfl77/
4 – http://postimage.org/image/5xdi9un0z/

Thank you

Michael Michael

Hi Towhid,

Sure,

1 – WPUF general settings
2 – WPUF login settings
3 – Vendor stores user dashboard. Control buttons don’t allow back-end access.
4 – Vendore stores back-end admin when WPUF is disabled.

Not sure how to attach images so i have sent the images to @wedevs.com">info@wedevs.com with the subject “Possible backend conflict with Ignitewoo’s vendor stores plugin”

Let me know if you need anything else.
Thanks

Michael Michael

Hi Towhid,

Thanks for your email.
I followed your instructions and had the same result as you; I was not allowed to see the admin bar.

Therefore, it seems I have disabled the backend for WP User Front End Pro successfully. However it is still preventing the backend access for the Vendors Stores plugin.

Michael Michael

Hi Towhid,
Sure – you guys have been great 🙂

Michael Dean
plansforbuilding.com/au
I’m extremely impressed with WP User Frontend Pro, it was exactly the feature I’d been looking for. Excellent plugin with excellent customer service. Highly recommended.

Regards,
Michael

Michael Michael

Hi Towhid,

Thanks for the fast response.

I’ve had a look and it seemed to be a conflict with the plugin ‘download manager’
Seems to be working all good again 🙂

Thanks for your help.
Have a great day.

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