The Admin menu bar can be hidden in Frontend Dashboard based on the user roles.
1. Go to Admin Dashboard | Frontend Dashboard | Frontend Dashboard | User Profile Layout | Hide Admin Menu Bar
2. Select the necessary user roles to hide the WordPress admin menu bar, including Administrator and Unregistered users
3. Do save.
4. Now the Admin menu bar will be hidden for the selected user roles.
For Register and Forgot Password, create the pages similar to above-mentioned instruction and add the shortcode for Register [fed_register_only] and for Forgot password [fed_forgot_password_only]
How to Search for WordPress Plugins from the Dashboard
The Featured, Popular, and Newest pages are all very similar. The Featured page shows just the plugins listed as Featured in the WordPress Plugin Directory. The Popular page includes a listing of all the plugins sorted by their popularity. The Newest page lists all the plugins sorted with the newest plugins listed first with the oldest coming in at the end of the list.
How to Manage Your Plugins on the WordPress Dashboard
Drop-Ins: A very select few plugins actually have files that change the behavior of WordPress so substantially that it lets you know about it. These plugins drop files into the wp-content directory that modify the core settings of WordPress. These files don’t show up in the main plugin listing because they typically belong to other plugins. The Drop-Ins link appears only if you have drop-in plugins installed.
How to Use Page Templates in WordPress Twenty Fifteen
This code registers the template file with WordPress as a Page template and adds One Column, No Sidebar to the Template drop-down list found under Page Attributes in the Add New Page (or Edit Page) screen. Using a template on a static page is a two-step process: Upload the template and then tell WordPress to assign the template by tweaking the page’s code.