September 23, 2012

How to Hide Theme Editor from WordPress Dashboard

If you’re a freelancer who often install WordPress on your clients websites, chances are that you don’t want them to be able to edit their theme. Here is a simple code snippet to hide the Theme Editor link from the dashboard so you can be sure that your clients won’t destroy their theme…

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