A simple plugin that removes the Dashboard menu, the Personal Options section and the Help link on the Profile page, hides the Dashboard links in the toolbar menu (if activated), and prevents Dashboard access to users assigned to the Subscriber role. Useful if you allow your subscribers to edit their own profiles, but don’t want them wandering around your WordPress admin section.
Users belonging to any of the other WordPress roles will continue to see and have access to the other sections of the WordPress admin that correspond to their role’s capabilities.
WP Hide Dashboard has been tested with WordPress in Single mode and Multisite mode, and works with both of them.
Note: Version 2.2 requires a minimum of WordPress 3.4. If you are running a version less than that, please upgrade your WordPress install before installing or upgrading.
The following is a list of plugins that work well (no conflicts) with the WP Hide Dashboard plugin:
The following is a list of plugins that are known to have conflicts with the WP Hide Dashboard plugin:
Note: Please let me know if there are other plugins that conflict with WP Hide Dashboard, and I’ll add them to the list.
Support is provided at: http://wphidedash.org/
WordPress 3.5 default Subscribers profile page and public-facing site (Single)
WordPress 3.5 Subscribers profile page and public-facing site with WP Hide Dashboard activated (Single)
WordPress 3.5 default Subscribers profile page and public-facing site (Multisite)
WordPress 3.5 Subscribers profile page and public-facing site with WP Hide Dashboard activated (Multisite)