Running a WordPress website is not that hard if you are the only person accessing the dashboard. Things are more complicated when you have clients, editors, and other users accessing your site and making changes on a daily basis. Thanks to Remove Dashboard Access, you can disable dashboard access for certain user roles.
Remove Dashboard Access is pretty easy to use. Simply choose who should have access to the Dashboard to get started. You can limit access to admins, editors, and authors. It is also possible to limit access by capability. Webmasters can redirect disallowed users to a custom URL and change the login message.
Remove Dashboard Access makes it easier to manage who has access to sensitive features on your website. This is a free plugin.