User Role Editor Pro
Why go Pro? The Pro version includes a broader range of functionalities. It does not contain any advertisements. You may join the 3142 active subscribers by purchasing the Pro version. Consider the following options after reviewing the list of additional features available in the Pro version:
- Block specific administrative menu items based on the user’s role (more details…)
- Display the item on the front end menu for all users, including logged-in users and logged-in users with the selected role(s), and not just for logged-in visitors (more details…)
- The ability to alter certain navigation menus is disabled for the selected role (more details…)
- In the “Appearance” option, you can block specific widgets and sidebars based on the role that users have (more details…)
- Roles should not be able to access certain meta boxes (dashboard, posts, pages, and custom post kinds) (more details…)
- Access to the other jobs will be blocked for the position that is now selected (more details…)
- Access to individual plugins for users and roles that have the “activate plugins” capability (additional information…);
- User roles can be exported and imported.
- Multi-site: Roles and users management for all sites may be managed from a single location by the Network Admin: modify, duplicate roles to all subsites, assign roles and capabilities to the users, replicate an existing user along with his permissions to all sites across the network.
- Multi-site: Limit the access of administrators of single sites to certain user capabilities and Add/Delete Role operations within the User Role Editor (more info…)
- Multi-site: The Superadmin has the ability to set up different lists of themes that are available for activation to a select group of single-site administrators (more details…).
- The following are features that restrict access to editing content:
- Use the ‘edit videos’ capability instead of the ‘edit posts’ capability for all custom post kinds. For example, use the ‘edit videos’ capability to edit videos rather than the ‘edit posts’ capability to edit posts.
- The “Create” capability should be activated for posts, pages, and custom post types. For instance, in the absence of a ‘create post’ feature, users will only be able to edit the posts that have already been published.
- Users can only edit selected posts and pages if they have the appropriate post/page ID, category/taxonomy ID, or author user ID (for more information…);
- Access to Gravity Forms can be restricted to specific users based on a forms ID list (further info…);
- Restricting content view access for specific roles and using short codes (more info…)
- Control which widgets are displayed based on the user’s role (more details…).
- The user capabilities list that is checked by this page and any plugins that are connected up to it are displayed at the bottom of each and
- every admin backend (wp-admin) page by the Admin Pages Permissions Viewer (more details…).
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- Does it function properly with WordPress when used in a network of sites?
The answer is yes; it is compatible with WordPress multi-site. By default, the plugin will work for every blog that is part of your multi-site network just as it would for a blog that was locally installed.
You should choose the “Apply to All Sites” button if you want to make a change to a position that will have a worldwide impact on the Network. In order to make use of the User Role Editor within WordPress multi-site, you need to have the superadmin privilege.
The Pro version enables the Network Admin to control the roles of the entire network from their console.
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