Partially Hide Admin Bar in WordPress

WordPress admin bar contains useful shortcuts for logged in users of your site.

You can easily disable it from your profile, or hide it for all users except administrators. However when you hide it, you lose those useful shortcuts which can very helpful.

In this article, we will show you how to partially hide admin-bar in WordPress by placing it in a smaller button.

Preview of minimized admin bar button

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First thing you need to do is install and activate the Admin-Bar Button plugin. Upon activation, simply visit your website, and you will see a smaller Admin-Bar button on top left corner of the screen.

When you click on the button, it will make the admin bar slide in. You will also see a hide admin bar button, which will make the admin bar slide back into the button.

You can configure the admin bar button behavior by visiting Settings » Admin-Bar Button page.

Configure the admin bar button settings

There are two tabs on the plugin’s settings page. The first one is for admin bar button settings. You can edit button text, position, animation, etc. The next tab is for the WordPress admin bar settings, where you can configure different settings.

We hope this article helped you partially hide admin bar in WordPress without completely removing it. You may also want to take a look at how to add shortlink menu item in WordPress admin bar.

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Restrict Authors to Specific Category in WordPress

Running a multi-author site efficiently requires a good editorial workflow. If you have authors working on a specific topic, then one of the things you can do is limit their publishing capability only to a specific category. In this article, we will show you how to restrict authors to specific category in WordPress.

This is particularly useful if you have an author specific column on your site. Perhaps something like Dear Abby, or maybe you want to only allow certain authors to write in the Tech Category.

Author Specific Blog Column

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First thing you need to do is install and activate the Restrict Author Posting plugin. Upon activation, you need to go to Users screen, and click on the edit link next to the user you want to restrict.

On the user’s profile page, scroll down to the Restrict Author Post to a categorysection and select the category for the user to post into.

Restricting an author to a category

Next time the user creates or edits a post they will see the notification that they are allowed to post only in that particular category.

Author restricted to post into specific category only

If you want to remove the restriction from an author account, then simply visit their user profile again and scroll down to the Restrict Author Post to a category section. This time you need to select “No Restrict” to remove the restriction.

We hope this article helped you restrict authors to specific categories on your WordPress site.

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