PublishPress Capabilities

These posts feature news and tutorials for the PublishPress Capabilities plugin which allows you to control permissions for your WordPress posts, pages, media and custom post types.

Can WordPress Authors Moderate Comments on Their Posts?

This week, a PublishPress customer wanted to understand the relationship between authors and comments their WordPress posts. The customer wanted to know if authors could see manage comments on their own posts. This tutorial is a guide to understanding the control that users have over comments on posts. You can also click this link if…

WordPress Users Can’t Edit the Details for Media Files

A PublishPress user wrote to us with question: I have just installed your PublishPress Capabilities plugin, which is working almost perfectly. The problem that I’m having is that my user can upload images but can not edit the Alternative Text, Title, Description and Caption of the image, which I need the user to be able…

PublishPress Capabilities Supports Many More Plugins

We’re excited to share some cool news about our most popular plugin, PublishPress Capabilities. This helpful tool gives you super-detailed control over who can do what on your WordPress site. PublishPress Capabilities now shows you the capabilities for many free and commercial plugins, from Yoast and Rank Math to Learn Dash and Gravity Forms.

Pending Review or Draft? What’s the Difference in WordPress?

Here at PublishPress, our focus is on creating publishing workflows in WordPress. This includes allowing you to create custom statuses in WordPress. However, before moving on to more advanced workflows, people often need some clarity on the basic workflow features in WordPress. For example, what exactly is the difference between “Pending Review” and “Draft”?

Frontend Features is Available in PublishPress Capabilities

This week, we launched a new feature that will be useful for almost everyone who builds WordPress sites. PublishPress Capabilities 2.9 introduces a new “Frontend Features” screen. Frontend Features allows you to hide any CSS element or add new CSS. What’s unique about this feature is that you can target it to specific groups of…