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Worked with Global Hide Admin plugin but not with ‘Hide Admin Toolbar’
So issue is closed for me, thanks…
I have a similar but unrelated issue.
I do not want the admin bar to show up for anyone from the frontend, logged in or not. Not even myself as the admin etc…
I have even tried unchecking the box that says “Show Toolbar when viewing site” in the admin edit profile section but the admin bar still shows up on the front end for anyone given the ‘admin’ or ‘editor’ role.
I have a plugin installed called “Hide Admin Bar” activated, I have been using it for years and have never had another program override it’s settings.
I also tried a plugin called “Global Hide Admin Toolbar” and it too allows me to hide admin bar on the frontend from all users but WP Users Frontend Pro overrides these plugins and still shows the admin bar.
What can I do if I don’t want “Anyone” not even “Myself” to be bothered with or shown the admin bar in the frontend??
I sent an email some time ago and never got a reply. Now I upgraded Project Manager at 30% off but not User Frontend. Not sure if I’ll do that or not. I wasn’t very impressed with the lack of response to this question last time.
Excuse me?! It’s not my fault there are several problems and I wasn’t the one who brought this topic up in the other thread I had going for my other issue!
I market this resolved one week ago for god’s sake. Are you guys for real???
I still have not upgraded the core plugin as we have not heard anything regarding this problem.
Are you aware of it? Can you replicate it? Are you concerned about it?
Again, just a little guidance would go a long way.
Thank you Tareq,
I hope you’re having a great day.
Is there anyway you could be a little more specific? I can probably find the fields for this but where to put them and how isn’t very clear. Most of the social media link fields I’m referring to are very common on the WP user profile dashboard.
Any help would be appreciated…
Thank you Tareq,
I sincerely appreciate your assistance with this, it means a lot to me.
I regret getting frustrated but finding solutions and moving forward have always been very high on my list when it comes to issues like these. The most important thing for me is communication and knowing that my voice is being heard. It does not mean that I absolutely expect a solution, I realize there just isn’t always a solution right away. It just means that you’re giving my issue some thought and possibly some priority. Whatever you did completely solved the problem I was having.
Left to resolve:
I also started a thread regarding other profile fields within the admin section of WP that we would like to have access to on the front end. Mainly the social media links that appear under “Contact Info”. How can we link them to the registration/profile update page?
Any guidance on this would be appreciated.
I hope you’re getting caught up on things and that you are having a great day.
All issues are resolved accept this one…
When I try to link Buddypress to a form it gives me an access error. It keeps saying I don’t have permission to access the page.
What can we do to solve that? I’m accessing it as a Super User. I shouldn’t be blocked from any page!
Please review past notes, we have done just about everything possible to solve this problem.
Nothing about this has been simple so far.
Can permissions be lowered?
It would be appreciated if you would either help me solve it or tell me to get lost.
Login detals and instructions are still in this thread…
1st – Visit SeeMeSpace.com and login with the credentials I previously provided you.
Please remember to read all notes in this thread as we have probably already done what you may propose and that would be counterproductive, thanks…
August 5, 2014 at 4:13 am in reply to: WordPress toolbar showing when plugin is installed 24539
Hello Mahi, it’s August 4th and we are still waiting for answers on this issue.
I’m not going to upgrade the plugin again until I know we have solved this problem. In the meantime I’m looking for a new solution since it is clear you’re just not able to keep up with your customer support at this time.
I hope you can help us out here.
Could someone please address this question, we have been hanging in the air for some time now.
I’m trying to determine if I’m going to abandon this plugin entirely. We have been having several small issues that I believe we can resolve but not without some assistance from your team.
August 2, 2014 at 8:03 am in reply to: WordPress toolbar showing when plugin is installed 24395
Repeat to Bump…
That is a bug with the latest version. When I upgraded my plugin it messed up my settings so I had to downgrade the plugin to fix it.
Let me know if you find a resolution to this…
I believe I have everything solved accept for this.
This was working at one time but it has been awhile since I tried to use it.
This is on a multisite
I activated everything single site and no change.
I put it back to multisite activation because it’s really how I need it to work.
It keeps saying I don’t have permission to access the page. What can we do to solve that? I’m accessing it as a Super User. I shouldn’t be blocked from any page!
In this thread you will find credentials to login and see what I’m referring to. I have been doing everything I can to solve this myself and now I’m hoping you would be willing to help me find a solution.
Thank you, and welcome back from your holiday…
What do you think is causing this?
[29-Jul-2014 05:24:25 UTC] PHP Warning: Illegal string offset ‘submit_text’ in /home/spacesee/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-user-frontend-pro/class/frontend-form-profile.php on line 119
This issue is ongoing in another thread. It’s not resolved but I will mark it as such here.