Author: Riza Maulana Ardiyanto

Prevent Users in the Revisor Role From Approving Their Own Revisions

PublishPress Revisions is the plugin that allows you to manage content changes in WordPress. The plugin provides a special role called “Revisor” that can submit and approve changes, but not create new content.

One PublishPress customer noticed that users in the “Revisor” role can approve their own changes. In this article, I'll explain how to prevent Revisors from approving their own revisions

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Hide the PublishPress Permissions Metabox For A User Role

The PublishPress Permissions plugin allows you to customize who can read and edit individual items in WordPress.

You can control user access using a metabox. This metabox can control access for Posts, Pages, Categories, Media and more. Click here for more details on this feature.

We had a question this week from a user who wants to hide the metabox from a specific user role. The Permissions metabox looks like the screenshot below; and in this guide, we'll show you how to hide it for user roles.

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Allow WordPress User Roles To See Specific Media Files

We had an interesting question from a PublishPress user. They wanted to create a WordPress user role where all users in this role could only see specific media files. They did not want the users in this role to be able to see other media files.

This request is possible thanks to the PublishPress Permissions plugin. With the Permissions plugin, it's possible to limit a user role to seeing only specific media files. In this guide, I'll show you how to control access to single or multiple files in the WordPress Media Library.

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