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[resolved] setup (7 posts)

  1. ipatrona
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Am i suppose to be network activating this plugin? because when i do it messes up jetpack, instead of opening the tab for settings it actually redirects me to a 404 page...

    Also when it is network activated the main site that i'm loggin into as a super-admin - the tab for AAM is not displayed??
    but when i go to the subsite which i'am too an admin - it does appear there.

    once i network DEACTIVATE all is back to normal. jetpack does not redirect and no AAM appears as it shouldn't, being that it is not activated in the subsite.

    So, i activate the plugin in the subsite and in the main site... this happens - mainsite loses the jetpack tab altogether NO AAM tab appears.
    Subsite jetpack now works without the redirect and the AAM tab shows.

    What am i doing wrong. NO errors show up.

    Lastly...

    I really don't know what option to choose when setting this plugin up?
    do i choose site or role or user? does it matter would in need to set up more than one of the tabs?

    I see the AAM tab in the subsites, i would think that if this is to help manage the user/roles, why would the subsite user have access to it?

    please help

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/advanced-access-manager/

  2. WP AAM
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi ipatrona,
    Let's start maybe from the goal. Please explain us what are u expecting from AAM? What are you trying to accomplish?
    From here we can assist you with steps and meantime help to debug your issues with jetpack and multisite activation.

    I would also recommend you to follow us on twitter. We have just launched the tutorial section on our website. Twitter is our primary channel of latest news.

    Regards,
    Vasyl

  3. ipatrona
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    What i need is to have a tool (plugin) that will help me assign or limit accessibility to specific areas of the dashboard menu based on their level of user. If AAM can do that or do more than that great.
    But so far I can't even get it to not mess something up on my dash.

    I will check out your tuts while i wait for your reply.

  4. WP AAM
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi ipatrona,
    Very good. Then you have start learn WordPress. My best advice with be to check WordPress Roles & Capabilities. This might give you an understanding how all works.

    Best Regards and Good luck,
    Vasyl

  5. ipatrona
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    wow... ok. thanks.

    How about you tell me how to fix the issues when activating this plugin?

    Am i suppose to be network activating this plugin? because when i do it messes up jetpack, instead of opening the tab for settings it actually redirects me to a 404 page...

    Also when it is network activated the main site that i'm loggin into as a super-admin - the tab for AAM is NOT displayed??
    but when i go to the subsite which i'am too an admin - it DOES appear there.

    once i network DEACTIVATE all is back to normal. jetpack does not redirect and no AAM appears as it shouldn't, being that it is not activated in the subsite.

    So, i activate the plugin in the subsite and in the main site... this happens - mainsite loses the jetpack tab altogether NO AAM tab appears.
    Subsite jetpack now works without the redirect and the AAM tab shows.

    What am i doing wrong. NO errors show up.

  6. WP AAM
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hi ipatrona,
    Based on your description it is hard to say what might be wrong.
    You can create for us admin login and I'll go and check what can be wrong.

    Regards,
    Vasyl

  7. ipatrona
    Member
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Ok but I'm not going to post all that info on this forum

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