Tag: unfiltered_html capability

User Capabilities Are Different on Multisite Networks

Network Permissions

WordPress allows you to build multisite networks. This is an awesome feature and enables you to manage many sites from a single WordPress installation.

However, some WordPress features do work differently on a multisite network. If you normally manage a single site, you may have to adjust your thinking. One of these features is permissions.

In this guide, I'll show what to look out for when you're managing users on a multisite network. Click here to see how to modify user permissions on multisite.

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How to Add iFrames in Gutenberg Blocks

Iframe

iFrames are a feature of the web that can be very useful and also very frustrating.

WordPress is a good example of this. On one hand, WordPress uses iFrames as a key part of the Customizer. On the other hand, WordPress often blocks iFrames as a security threat.

In this guide, I'll show you how to add iFrames to posts made with the Gutenberg editor.

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How to Use the unfiltered_html Capability in WordPress

Unfiltered Html Header

In this tutorial, I'm going to introduce you to the unfiltered_html permission. This permission is a security feature in WordPress that prevents users from using tags such as iframe and embed, plus also more advanced code such as Javascript.

This unfiltered_html permission could be very dangerous in the wrong hands, so please don't give this permission to any users you do not trust. WordPress has disabled this permission for most users because they rarely need it.

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