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    So I tried to look through your forums and documentation and I haven’t found my solution. I’m trying to prevent my logged in users from seeing the wp-admin.php.

    When I login in as a user with role “paid” (they are not admin btw), and I input http://www.myaddress.com/wp-admin.php they can get to their version of the admin. I don’t want them to see this at all. Also I don’t want my users being able to see the wp-login.php page because I manually entered it also in the URL bar and it shows the start wordpress login. I already have a custom login page for my users.

    Same thing for post-new.php but I believe I have it forwarding somehow. I’m not sure how. Thanks for your continued support

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