Support » Plugin: Legalpack » Can’t access settings

  • Resolved Peter

    (@hardpeter4u)


    Hi,
    I am unable to access any settings etc. What is the link for that?
    I am only able to get to the screen compliance kits. There are no other links.
    Shouldn’t I be able to adjust some settings, etc?
    I’ve tried links like this:
    http://example.com/testsite/wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=legalpack_page&page=legalpack_options
    I get an error though that reads:

    You do not have sufficient permissions to access this admin page.
    
    Reason: The user "admin" doesn't have the "edit_legalpack_pages" capability that is required to access the "Legalpack" menu item.

    Hope you can help
    Thanks,
    Pete

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  • Plugin Author TermsFeed

    (@termsfeed)

    (Apologies for late reply, WordPress.org didn’t notify us.)

    There is no “Settings” page available. Please try the following URLs and check that the user you’re logged in with is Admin.

    /wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=legalpack_page –> This would give you a list of the Legal Pages created by Legalpack.

    /wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=legalpack_page –> This allows you to create a new Legal Page.

    customfit

    (@customfit)

    Hi,
    I have a similar problem when trying to access the legal pages.
    There is only a screen for compliance kits.

    Suggested URL: /wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=legalpack_page

    is giving me this error:

    You need a higher level of permission.
    Sorry, you are not allowed to edit posts in this post type.

    I am the admin for the site.
    Thank you
    Andrea

    customfit

    (@customfit)

    I figured out the reason: The user (admin) has multiple roles, one as an admin and one as a client. Once I deleted the client, the legal pages worked as mentioned above. I wish it worked for both roles.

    Have a good day!
    Andrea

    Plugin Author TermsFeed

    (@termsfeed)

    Thank you @andrea!

    Sorry, why are you saying thank you @andrea?
    It has nothing to do with my account.

    Plugin Author TermsFeed

    (@termsfeed)

    Because of the signature.

    I’ve also marked this internally to have a look at it and see if we can make it work for other types of users. The current setup of the plugin is for the user to have a higher role, that allows the user to create pages (as the plugin needs to create pages).

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