Show Titlebar [Memberium Setting]

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The Show Titlebar setting, found in Memberium > Settings > Security, lets you control visibility of the WordPress titlebar based on WordPress roles and permissions.

By default, Memberium only shows the titlebar to WordPress administrators. There may be some cases where you want another role to have access to the titlebar.

What is the WordPress Titlebar?

The WP Titlebar is the bar at the top of the web browser on a WordPress site. In the image below, the titlebar is highlighted with a red box:

Without Memberium, all site visitors would see this bar when they accessed your site. Memberium hides this bar for you, but lets you control visibility of it using the setting described on this page.

Example Setup

The input box will allow you to select (single or multiple) WordPress permissions and grant access to the dashboard based on those.

Let’s say you wanted to allow the Author role to see the titlebar. You would add a permission that their role has but not one that they share with roles below them.

Here is an article from WordPress that lists their default roles and the associated permissions.

Based on that list, the permission “Publish Posts” would allow the Author access to the dashboard but not anyone below them.

 


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