Set of tools to manage access to your website resources like posts, pages or menus for any user, role or visitors.
Advanced Access Manager (aka AAM) is probably the only plugin that allows you to manage access to a website in the backend and frontend for any user, role or visitors.
AAM is well documented so even inexperienced WordPress user can easily understand how to use it in the most efficient way.
Please note! Some of the features are limited with the basic version and if necessary, consider to get recommended free or premium extension.
Below is the list of some of the most used features:
AAM is very flexible and customizable plugin that is used by a lot of developers around the world to create secure and powerful WordPress solutions.
//Get AAM_Core_Subject. This object allows you to work with access control //for current logged-in user or visitor $user = AAM::getUser(); //Example 1. Get Post with ID 10 and check if current user has access to read it //on the frontend side of the website. If true then access denied to read this post. $user->getObject('post', 10)->has('frontend.read'); //Example 2. Get Admin Menu object and check if user has access to Media menu. //If true then access denied to this menu $user->getObject('menu')->has('upload.php');
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Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Active Installs: 60,000+
9 of 16 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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