I was working on my theme, testing it, uploading, tweaking, re-uploading, testing. Suddenly the admin menu/toolbar disappeared. I realized that I had intentionally but unwittingly removed it by deleting the required element:
<?php gpOutput::GetAdminLink(); ?>
I removed it as it is in my footer and I want to control my whole footer myself...this link gives me a sitemap and a login option. Instead, I want to have more control over look 'n' feel of my footer, and thought I would put those links in myself i.e. I don't need the software to give me the direct link itself...and even within that, while the Login is arguably "always" needed, the sitemap should be optional, no?
Is there a way to tell it to give me the toolbar but NOT the links? I already have to hack the code to give myself a 800x600 resolution for the admin menu, a second hack after upgrades won't affect me much.
Alternative I guess is to put it in the sidebar, although I really like my sidebar the way it is.
Or just above my menus? Can I at least suppress the sitemap? A single login / logout on the right side of my header might look okay...