Disable HTML Editor In WordPress

In contrast to the visual editor in WordPress, you can not disable the HTML editor. WordPress does not provide a user setting or a global option. Also, there is no hook, to disable the HTML tab above the editor when writing posts or pages.

But there are users who do not need this tab and like to deactivate it globally. Therefore, I have a solution, how you can disable it in your editor.
Alternatively, you can use the Plugin Adminimize, which offers such a possibility per role, just put it in the settings.
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Quick View on WordPress Settings

WordPress-Christmas-18In all versions of WordPress, there is the possibility to view all settings within the admin area of WordPress, but a menu link doesn't exist. The page options.php enables to have a quick look at various options and also allows you to save settings.
However, it must be said, WordPress stores more data in serialized form, which also is a good thing, but those you can no longer edit on this page.

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Nonetheless, certainly worth a look and now and then a help to quickly look into the settings of the blog. Alternatively, the plugin WP Developer Assistant can help here, because it also allows a glimpse into the serialized data.

Example-URL: http://example.com/wp-admin/options.php

Alternatively you can also add a menu link. Add the following snippet in to the functions.php of your theme or create a Plugin.

function all_settings_page() {
	add_options_page( __( 'All Settings' ), __( 'All Settings' ), 'administrator', 'options.php' );
}
add_action( 'admin_menu', 'all_settings_page' );