Tag: WooCommerce

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 Screen Options in WordPress

Screen Options Hide

We received an interesting question this week from a PublishPress user. One of our customers wanted to remove elements from the “Screen Options” dropdown panel in WordPress.

The “Screen Options” tab is available in most areas of the WordPress admin area. This image below shows an example from the “Pages” screen.

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Allow Users to View And Not Edit WooCommerce Orders

View Edit Woocommerce

We had an interesting request from a PublishPress user this week. They wanted to allow a WordPress user to view WooCommerce orders but not be able to edit the orders.

This is possible with the PublishPress plugins, and in this guide we'll explain how it's done.

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Four New Improvements in PublishPress Capabilities 2.4.2

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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:

  1. More control over Gutenberg and Classic Editor.
  2. The ability to redirect users on login and logout.
  3. More categorization for capabilities.
  4. The option to hide plugins on the Plugins screen.

In this guide, I'll introduce you to all those new improvements in PublishPress Capabilities.

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WordPress Users Can’t Edit the Details for Media Files

Cant Edit

A PublishPress user wrote to us with question:

I have just installed your PublishPress Capabilities plugin, which is working almost perfectly. The problem that I'm having is that my user can upload images but can not edit the Alternative Text, Title, Description and Caption of the image, which I need the user to be able to do. How can I fix this problem?

This is not the first time we have had this question, so I'll explain the problem and solution.

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PublishPress Capabilities Can Clean Up Your Post Editing Screens

Clean Editing Screen

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.

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PublishPress Capabilities Has a New Roles Screen

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PublishPress Capabilities 2.3.5 is available now and the major new feature is a “Roles” screen. This is one place where you can view and manage all the user roles on your site.

This Roles screen is going to be the cornerstone of many new features we'll add to PublishPress Capabilities in the next few months.

In this release, you'll also find a new Export and Import feature to help you move settings between sites.

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Allow WooCommerce Users to Accept Payments With pay_for_order

Pay For Order

PublishPress customers have had some challenging questions for us. In this tutorial, I'm going to explain the answer to a challenging WooCommerce question that came in recently.

One PublishPress customer has a large segment of their customer base wishing to call up and place an order over the phone. To make this happen, they needed to allow users in the “Shop Manager” role to pay for customers. They installed a user switching plugin so that the Shop Managers could log in as the customers and complete the payment.

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