The admin menu plugin for WordPress sticks key admin menu links to the top of your blog's screen:
The menu will automatically appear to the top of your blog. Menu items will only be visible when relevant.
It's quite useful for those who run their WP install as a CMS. When you create a static page using its New Page link, it will also set the new page's parent automatically, to the ongoing page.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Hiding the Admin Menu to Visitors
Browse Settings / Admin Menu to configure the behavior.
In case you're wondering, it's on by default because many end-users don't know how to log into their site when the link is not present.
The Semiologic forum is the best place to report issues. Please note, however, that while community members and I do our best to answer all queries, we're assisting you on a voluntary basis.
If you require more dedicated assistance, consider using Semiologic Pro.
- Login and Register links are set to nofollow now.
- Fix svn versioning issue
- Fixed disabling of WordPress admin bar in WP 3.3+
- WP 3.5 compat
- Replace deprecated functions
- Kill the WP 3.1 admin bar when the plugin is active.
- Optimization when the always-on option isn't turned on.
- WP 3.0.1 compat
- More WP 3.0 fixes
- WP 3.0 compat
- login/logout now do their best to redirect you to where wherever you were
- Drop broken WPMU support
- Full localization
- Code enhancements and optimizations