A user, role, and content management plugin that makes WordPress a more powerful CMS.
I wasn't satisfied with the current user, role, and permissions plugins available. Yes, some of them are good, but nothing fit what I had in mind perfectly. Some offered few features. Some worked completely outside of the WordPress APIs. Others lacked the GPL license.
This plugin is still a long way away from my goals, but it'll get there eventually.
Most things should be fairly straightforward, but I've included an in-depth guide in the plugin download. It's a file called
readme.html in the
You'll want to look over that. It's probably the most in-depth plugin documentation you'll ever read. ;)
Now, open up the
/docs/readme.html file included in the plugin download and read the documentation.
When the plugin is first activated, it runs a script that sets specific capabilities to the "Administrator" role on your site that grants you access to this feature. So, you must be logged in with the administrator account to access the role manager.
If, for some reason, you do have the administrator role and the role manager is still inaccessible to you, deactivate the plugin. Then, reactivate it.
Well, that's why you really need to read the documentation for the plugin before actually using it, especially a plugin that controls permissions for your site.
Requires: 3.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.7.1
Last Updated: 2013-10-25
1 of 35 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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