Support » Plugin: User Role Editor » Allow editor to edit plugins

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  • Plugin Author Vladimir Garagulia

    (@shinephp)

    Hi Ester,

    Some plugins uses built-in WordPress capabilities to protect its menus, like ‘manage_options’. Send a plugin download link if it’s from wordpress.org plugins repository. I will look what user capability it uses.

    Essie

    (@de-webconnectie)

    Essie

    (@de-webconnectie)

    Hi Vladimir,

    I’m picking up work on this particular website and need a solution for the plugins that don’t show up. Can you please assist?

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Vladimir Garagulia

    (@shinephp)

    Hi,

    srizon-facebook-album is protected by ‘manage_options’ user capability.

    If you need a help with permissions for a paid plugin from codecanyon send its copy to support [at-sign] role-editor.com
    I install such plugins locally and use for the investigations/tests only.

    Essie

    (@de-webconnectie)

    Hi Vladimir,

    I sent you the email just now, hope it doesn’t arrive in your spambox.

    Thanks in advance!

    Plugin Author Vladimir Garagulia

    (@shinephp)

    Hi,

    I received srizon-facebook-album plugin.
    It uses ‘manage_options’ user capability.

    Essie

    (@de-webconnectie)

    Hi Vladimir,

    Thanks, I now understand I had to check the manage_options checkbox.

    But, still one plugin doesn’t show up. I’ll send the files to the same mailaddress. Could you please assist one last time?

    thanks 🙂

    Plugin Author Vladimir Garagulia

    (@shinephp)

    EventOn plugin uses user capabilities with ‘eventon’ keyword inside. Filter it at URE and look at the custom capabilities section for capabilities like manage_eventon, edit_eventons, manage_eventon_terms,
    etc.

    Essie

    (@de-webconnectie)

    Hi Vladimir,

    After checking the manage_options box, I now see that subscribers have access to the Visual Form builder plugin. Unfortunatly I don’t see an option to deny a role a right…

    Is there a way to deny the subsriber role to access the VFB?

    thanks 🙂

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