Access control and roles management
Access allows for the creation of specialised roles with fine-grained control over their permissions. Access to the various WordPress administration screens can also be restricted based on a user’s role or the type of content they’re managing. Regulation of Access to Both Predefined and Individual Content Types Access allows you to restrict what actions users can take in the WordPress backend and what content they can view on the frontend. Both user groups and individual users can have their own unique access policies. To see the full scope of what Access can control, go to Toolset -> Access Control. Content such as articles, pages, labels, and folders will always be a part of it. Your own post types and taxonomies will show up on the site as well when you utilise them. Regulation of Playing Field Access The Access add-on allows you to restrict access to certain fields and limit who can make changes to them. Create fields that certain users can edit while others can simply view them or are denied access to them altogether. Instances where user fields would benefit from access control include:
- In a membership site, the administrator can set different access levels for different users, and only those users with that access level are able to see each other’s membership details.
- A website where users can create and manage listings, with the ability to modify any aspect of their profile for a fee.
Through the use of the Access integration, you can grant permissions to a group or individual users.
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