Today I released version 1.0.0 of Guillotheme, a plugin that chops the front-end (i.e. the head) right off your theme by restricting access to the front-end.
Specifically, it does this by using conditional (and customisable) redirects, to prevent accidental access to 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).
It can be downloaded for free from the official WordPress repository.
2 thoughts on “Guillotheme – a plugin to chop the head off your WordPress theme”
Savage work David! Love this.
Ah thanks a mill man! Am finding so much useful stuff over at 403page.com (you’re right, I didn’t know a lot of these defines!) and loads of stuff too that’s outright wizardry and still a little over my head! 😀