Guillotheme chops the front-end (i.e. the head) right off your theme by restricting access to the front-end (specifically, the WordPress-generated front-end permalinks). These are unnecessary in the case of a headless or decoupled set-up, and could potentially confuse non-technical users or other content editors when WordPress is being used headlessly (i.e. purely for its CMS capabilities).
- Designed to complement a headless setup.
- Activate the plugin to automatically prevent access to WordPress-generated front-end permalinks.
- For logged-in users, redirect back to the source page if the front-end is accessed (e.g. a post preview link within the editor will redirect back to the editor).
- Non-logged in users are redirected to the login page.
- Optionally use your own custom url for the redirect destination for both logged-in and logged-out users.
- Namespaced and object-oriented code.
- Adheres to WordPress Coding Standards.
- No special set-up required – just click install and activate, and you’re good to go!
- If you manually download the plugin, just unzip to the WordPress plugins folder and the plugin will be automatically detected. It can then be activated as normal.
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- Initial release.