Graphic interface to manage Access control to your Front-end and Back-end
Are you looking for free and powerful plugin for WordPress Access Control?
Nowadays AAM is one of the most popular access control plugins. It is easy-to-use but at the same time very powerful tool that gives you a flexible control over your either single WordPress site or Multisite Network. With AAM you are allowed to configure access to different parts of your website for any Role or individual User.
Please Notice! If you have any issues with AAM or you have any questions related to it, we offer free and fast support. You can either send us an email or leave a message on WordPress Forum. We always ready to help you and to improve your experience with AAM.
In Current version you are allowed to do next:
Control Access to Admin Menu (including submenu). As example you can restrict access for Role Editor to Menu "Pages" or does not allow individual User to manage Post's Categories.
Filter Widgets & Metaboxes. Filter the list of metaboxes that User can see during Post/Page editing. At the same time you can filter the list of Dashboard and Frontend widgets.
Filter Post or Page content You can filter Post's or Page's content based on currently logged in user or visitor.
Manage Role's or User's Capabilities. AAM, with simple interface, allows you to grand or remove capabilities from Role or User. You can also create new capabilities or remove existing.
Control Access to Posts, Pages, CPTs or Terms. You can restrict access to individual page or post for any user or role as well as restrict access to entire Term and all posts inside it. You can also restrict page commenting for individual pages or exclude them from Frontend menu. We are extending the list of possible restrictions with each new version.
Create custom actions for system events. As example your system can trigger email to you if some user published Post/Page or modified content. You are also allowed to develop your own custom action for event.
Track User Activities. With AAM you can track user activities within your website. So you can easily find out when user was logged in or modified some Post/Page. There are many activities that can be tracked. We constantly adding more and more.
Manage Role List. AAM allows you to create new Roles or Delete existing.
There are a lot of small and hidden features included in AAM that we are not listing here but you can find more about them on our Forum.
The AAM support also these languages:
Requires: 3.4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.1
Last Updated: 2014-3-17
38 of 45 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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