Tag: bbPress

bbPress has over 300,000 users and is the commonly used discussion board  forum in WordPress. PublishPress plugins allow you to control access capabilities and content inside bbPress forums.

Automatically Add Terms to Your WordPress Posts with TaxoPress

Automatic Terms

If you have a busy site with lots of content, it can be difficult to keep it organized. Normally, WordPress sites use Tags and Categories to organize content. However, if you're publishing 10, 100 or even 1,000's of posts every day, it can be hard to find and add the correct Tags and Categories.

One solution is to use the TaxoPress plugin. TaxoPress has an “Auto Terms” feature that can scan your content and automatically assign terms. These can be existing terms on your site, or entirely new terms chosen by analyzing your posts.

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How to Control Permissions for the Contact Form 7 Plugin

Contact Form 7 Header

Contact Form 7 is one of the most popular plugins in the WordPress world. However, it is a fairly basic plugin that lacks some key features such as access control.

In this guide, I'll show you how to control access to Contact Form 7 features. We'll use the PublishPress Capabilities plugin. If you want to take this tutorial a step further, check out how to control access to Contact Form 7 admin menus.

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An Introduction to bbPress Roles and Capabilities

Bbpress Roles

Here at PublishPress, we're able to support almost any other WordPress plugin.

However, there is one popular plugin called bbPress that doesn't always work smoothly with our code, or other user management plugins.

bbPress has over 300,000 users and is the commonly used discussion board in WordPress.

I'm going to give you a guide on how to manage roles and capabilities in bbPress. I'll also touch on what bbPress does differently, and what it means for PublishPress users.

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Where are WordPress Users and Permissions Stored in the Database?

Db Permissions

Several of our PublishPress plugins allow you to control what users can do on your WordPress site. These plugins allow you to change user permissions via the WordPress admin area.

However, there's a lot going on behind the scenes. PublishPress customers often have questions from users about WordPress permissions and where they are stored in the database. This post is an introduction to those database tables.

One thing to note: although most people refer to “user permissions” or perhaps “user access”, WordPress uses the word “capabilities”.

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PublishPress Acquires the Press Permit Plugins

We’re delighted to announce that PublishPress has acquired Press Permit.

We have been talking about working together since early 2018. Yes, the companies do have very similar names, but there's more to it than that!

Both Press Permit and PublishPress are known for developing WordPress plugins that focus on publishing.

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Say Hello to PublishPress

We've just released a new plugin called PublishPress.

The goal of PublishPress is to become an essential plugin for any WordPress site with multiple writers.

PublishPress gives you the tools to set up a custom publishing workflow. Here are just a few of the key features:

  • You can see all your scheduled posts in a single calendar view.
  • Inside WordPress, you can have collaborative discussions about each post.
  • Your team can choose custom post statuses, and get beyond simply “Draft” and “Pending Review”.
  • You can set requirements that must be met for content to published.

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