Editor Role

The “Editor” user role is one of the default roles in WordPress, alongside “Subscriber”, “Contributor”, “Author”, and “Administrator”.

Editors have wide access when it comes to the content on your site. This role is designed to allow users to manage your content.

Editors can publish, edit and delete any content on your site. However, they are normally not allowed to change any settings on your site.

How to Use Private Posts and Pages in WordPress

“Private” is one of eight post statuses available in WordPress. These statuses control whether WordPress posts are visible to the entire world, waiting for moderation, or sent to the trash to await deletion. When you write in WordPress, you will most commonly see the Draft, Pending Review and Publish statuses. The Private status is used…

Show the PublishPress Permissions Metabox For A User Role

In a previous blog post, we talked about hiding the Permissions metabox for a specific user role. Now we will talk about the opposite: showing the PublishPress Permissions metabox for a specific user role. In this case, we will take an example of the Editor role. By default, the Editor role only gets access to…

How to Use unfiltered_html on WordPress Multisite Networks

WordPress multisite networks don’t always follow the same rules as regular WordPress sites. User roles and capabilities are very different on multisite networks. One significant difference is the behavior of the unfiltered_html capability. This is a security feature in WordPress that prevents users from using tags such as <iframe> and <embed>, plus also more advanced…