Thanks for answering. The site started selling memberships, so I used PMPro…but then a store was needed, so I began using WooCommerce to sell downloadable packages…but both plugins manage accounts, and that is not what I want. However, this was brought to my attention because WooCommerce seems to take control of the reset password link at the login screen, which in turn takes the user to the WooCommerce account.
This simple plugin allows you to disable any sidebar and dashboard widget for the current WordPress site you are on. It provides a simple user interface available to users with edit_theme_options capabilities (usually Administrator role) available under Appearance -> Disable Widgets.
After saving the settings, the sidebar and dashboard widgets are removed from and the user can’t see those widgets anymore.
The desktop version of a site might be difficult to view and use on a mobile device. The version that’s not mobile-friendly requires the user to pinch or zoom in order to read the content. Users find this a frustrating experience and are likely to abandon the site. Alternatively, the mobile-friendly version is readable and immediately usable – https://developers.google.com/search/mobile-sites/
Once installed and activated, a checkbox appears on the user profile settings (only for admins). When checked, the users account will be disabled and they will be unable to login with the account. If they try to login, they are instantly logged out and redirected to the login page with a message that notifies them their account is disabled.
Gives you the ability to temporarily disable user accounts without having to delete them.
Command documentation is regenerated at every release. To add or update an example, please submit a pull request against the corresponding part of the codebase.
Once installed and activated, this plug-in lists out all the user accounts available. The admin will be asked to enter the email address of the user who they want to restrict from logging in. If the disabled user tries to login, they will be logged out immediately and redirected to the login page with a message showing up as “User account disabled”.
How To Disable WordPress Theme Using FTP
Open the folder containing your WordPress files. If your site is located in your primary domain (i.e www.yourdomainname.com), then this folder is “public_html”. If your site is hosted on a subdomain (e.g. blog.yourdomainname.com), then you would see a folder named after your subdomain, and this is the folder containing your files.
This plugin hasnt been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.