There is a top navigation called Admin Bar which appears for those who are logged in to their WordPress blog. It’s a new feature start with WordPress 3.1. It’s may useful for other bloggers to go direct to difference admin portal sections with just 1 click but to my opinion, it’s a little bit annoying because it’s overlap my WordPress Stripe Ad / Header Ad.
Preview of the WordPress Admin Bar
Because it’s a feature in WordPress therefore it’s easy to show/hide the navigation bar right in the Admin Portal. Below are simple steps:
- 1. Login to the Site Admin
- 2. Go to Users section, click on Your Profile link (if you’re an admin) — or — Go to Profile section then click on Your Profile link
You’re an admin
Or you’re an Editor, Author or Subscriber
- 3. On the Show Admin Bar option, un-check the when viewing site option.
- 4. Click Update Profile button on very bottom of the page to save your change.
After that, go to the front end, do a refresh then the admin bar should be gone.
Note: if you’re using any WordPress Cache Plugin, you have to completely clear all your caches.