Classic Editor

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 to Posts, Pages, Categories, Media and more. Click here for more details on this feature. We had a question this week from a user who…

Four New Improvements in PublishPress Capabilities 2.4.2

PublishPress Capabilities is now at version 2.4.2, and this latest release brings several useful new features. Our goal with PublishPress Capabilities is to provide a complete user management tool for WordPress. In this release, we’re moving towards that goal with several new features, including these: More control over Gutenberg and Classic Editor. The ability to…

PublishPress Capabilities Can Clean Up Your Post Editing Screens

If I had to pick a word to describe my experience with large WordPress sites, it’s “overwhelming”. There are so many admin notices, plugin alerts, review requests, and other demands for your attention. In the post editor, and particularly in Gutenberg, there are a ton of sidebar, tabs, settings, metaboxes, and configuration options.

PublishPress Capabilities Can Hide Metaboxes, and Any Editor Feature

Back in June, we released “Editor Features” in the PublishPress Capabilities plugin. This allowed you to hide almost any feature on the post editing screen. Why do I say “almost”? Because the first release of Editor Features could not hide metaboxes. I’m happy to say that you can now use PublishPress Capabilities to hide metaboxes….