Extends the admin role with a new, awesomer role called ‘Sysadmin’. This new role gives you a menu of options to hide menu and/or sub-menu items in the admin from all other users (e.g. Themes, Theme Editor, Plugin Editor, etc.) Very useful when restricting major changes or updates from clients or administrators.
- Disable core update
- Disable plugin update
- Disable theme update
- Disable admin bar
Just deactivate and delete plugin. This will re-assign Sysadmin role as Administrator and remove all options (unhiding hidden menu items, etc.)
Activate, promote yourself, set your options, high five.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Promote yourself to Sysadmin and visit System Admin, select your desired options, save changes.
- Is there a premium version?
No. All that this plugin does is included in this version. Nothing hidden to be gained.
- Does this plugin add redirects?
No. Simply hides the menu items. You can still access the direct URI (intentional fallback).
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