By default, WordPress adds a user navigation bar at the top of your site when you have a user that is logged in. This is similar to the admin user’s navigation bar, but is different and only allows them to edit their profile. This is usually not desired because it can be very confusing for members to see this and also confusing for them to enter the user profile area in WordPress because there is really not a way to get back into the members area of your site from there.
We recommend turning this off in most cases.
How to Disable the Admin Bar for Logged in Members
To disable the admin bar for logged in users, simply navigate to “Mentor > Settings > Protection Settings” and toggle the option to “on” for “Disable WP admin bar for Members.”
Note that this WILL NOT disable the admin bar for Admin Users, so you’ll still see it if you are logged in as an admin.
To save the settings, just click the blue “Save changes” button at the bottom
Now that you set the option to “On” and saved the settings, if you are logged in as a Member (and not an admin) you will no longer see the admin bar.
Please make sure to purge the site cache and browser cache to ensure the setting is live on your site.