User Role Editor Pro- User role editor. Are you satisfied with the standard list of WordPress roles or the distribution of user functions within it?Do you want to change something in the user permissions and permissions system?
The User Role Editor ProA WordPress plugin will help you. Edit any existing role, create a new role, populate the selected role with the functionality you need. Assign newly created roles or capabilities directly to users.
Features User Role Editor Pro - WordPress Plugin
- Block selected admin menu items by role
- Show front-end menu items, logged in users, logged in users with selected roles to everyone, not just logged in visitors
- Prevent editing of the selected navigation menu for the selected role
- Block widgets and sidebars selected in the Appearance menu by role
- Block selected meta boxes for roles (dashboards, posts, pages, custom post types)
- Block access to other roles in the selected role
- Each plugin access by role and user can "activate plugin"
- Perform user roles and enter them
- Multisite: Roles and user management for all sites at Network Administration from one point: edit, duplicate roles for all subsites, assign roles and capabilities to users, copy copy the current user along with his permissions to all sites of the network.
- Multi-Site: Restrict single-site admin access to selected user capabilities and Add/Remove role operations inside User Role Editor
- Multisite: Superadmin can set up individual list of themes available to activate for selected single site admins
- Edit Content Access Restriction Features:
- Forces all custom post types to use their own custom functions instead of functions built on 'posts', e.g. 'edit_videos' instead of 'edit_posts'.
- Enable "create" feature for post/page/custom post type. For example, any user with the "create_post" function will only be allowed to edit existing posts.
- Limited access for users who edit selected posts and pages using only post/page ID or/and category/category ID or/and author user ID
- Restrict user access to Gravity Forms via list of form IDs
- Restrict content view access to select roles and shortcodes
- Manage which widgets are displayed for which role
- The admin page permissions viewer is displayed at the bottom of each admin backend (wp-admin) page, a list of user capabilities checked by this page and plugins hooked to it
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- Premium support is guaranteed.
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