Tag: Subscriber Role

Create Users Who Only Access WooCommerce Analytics Coupons Menu

One PublishPress user asked how can they create a custom user role that can only access the “Coupons” area in the WooCommerce Analytics area.

They did not want the user to have access to the WooCommerce report menu. This user was a marketing person and only needed to check on the success of their marketing campaigns that use coupons.

PublishPress Capabilities Pro is a plugin that gives you to control over who can access which admin menu links. In this scenario, a little extra work is needed since the “Coupons” menu is connected to the WooCommerce “Reports” menu.

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WordPress Authors and Comments on Their Posts

Comments Authors

We had a question this week from a PublishPress customer who wanted to understand the relationship between authors and their WordPress posts. They wanted to know if authors could see – or perhaps even manage – comments on other people's posts.

This tutorial is a guide to understanding the control that users have over comments on posts they have written. You can also follow this link if you want a guide to moderating comments in WordPress.

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Who Can Delete Media Files in WordPress?

Delete Media Files

WordPress is very restrictive when it comes to deleting files from your site's Media Library.

By default, only users in the “Administrator” role are able to delete images and files in WordPress. Users in the Subscriber, Contributor, Author and Editor roles are not allowed to delete.

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What Do WordPress Users See in the Admin Toolbar?

What Users See Toolbar

WordPress sites display an admin toolbar for all logged-in users. This is visible on the frontend of your site and also in the WordPress admin area.

This toolbar contains shortcuts to key features in WordPress, but what the user sees will depend on their user role. A user in the “Subscriber” role will only see a few features. A user in the Administrator role may see a very busy toolbar.

In this blog post, we'll give you an introduction to what users in different roles may see in the admin toolbar. If you want to hide the admin toolbar for users, follow this guide.

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How to Hide the Admin Toolbar for WordPress Users

Hide Toolbar

WordPress sites display an admin toolbar for all logged-in users. This is visible on the frontend of your site and also in the WordPress admin area.

This toolbar contains shortcuts to key features in WordPress. A user in the Subscriber role will only see a few features. A user in the Administrator role may see a very busy toolbar, particularly on a site with many plugins. This image below shows my toolbar here at PublishPress.com:

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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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The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Revisions

Ultimate Revisions Guide

Many of us spend a lot of time working on our content. We spend hours making sure the spelling, grammar, punctuation are as good as possible.

So we are worried about losing content. What happens if my browser crashes? What happens if someone edits my post and makes a mistake?

Fortunately, WordPress has the solution: Revisions.

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