Tag: Block Permissions

How to Create a Product Editor for WooCommerce

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This week, a PublishPress customer asked us about an interesting configuration for their WordPress site.

The customer wanted to create a “Product Editor” role. Any users in this role would be responsible for editing all the WooCommerce products. We've explained this “Product Editor” role in another guide.

However, the customer had an extra request. They import all their products into the “Uncategorized” category where the “Product Editor” can go to work. Once they have finished editing, they change the category to “Approved”. At this point, their work is over and they can no longer see the product.

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PublishPress Capabilities 2.0, and 100,000 Users

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PublishPress Capabilities is the plugin that gives you control over all the permissions on your WordPress site.

In the last few days, there have been two big milestones for the plugin:

  1. Capabilities now has over 100,000 active installs of the Free version, according to WordPress.org.
  2. We released Capabilities 2.0 with lots of new features for Free and Pro users.

Thanks to all of you who use PublishPress Capabilities. We do have big plans to make it even more useful for you.

In this post, I'll introduce all the new features in 2.0 for Free and Pro users. Scroll to the bottom, and you'll see a preview of extra goodies that will be coming soon.

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How to Control Access to the Theme Editor in WordPress

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The Theme Editor in WordPress allows you make direct changes to your site's theme files.

This is not always a good idea because changes made via the Theme Editor can easily take your site offline. There is no “undo” or “rollback” button if you make a mistake.

In fact, you will see this message when you visit the “Theme Editor” screen:

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PublishPress 1.17 is Available With New Features and Fixes

Over the last few weeks, we've been working hard on PublishPress compatibility with Gutenberg.

Gutenberg has been a challenge, to say the least. But we'll have more details on that in another blog post next week.

In the meantime, PublishPress 1.17 is available today. It adds some features, fixes a security hole and resolves some bugs.

Here's an overview of what's new in PublishPress 1.17:

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