Support » Plugin: Memphis Documents Library » Enabling Mdocs for non-Superusers for subsites in multisite (how to)

  • Resolved Cameron Barrett

    (@cameronbarrett)


    This is not a bug report, just some tips for other who are running up against this issue.

    With Mdocs 3.0, we now have full multisite capability and the ability to let users other than Superusers have access to Mdocs. Yay. 🙂

    However, we ran into what we thought was another bug but realized it was just the way Mdocs does it’s configuration on a per subsite basis.

    In order to enable access for other types of users (non Superusers), you have to go into the Memphis Docs settings for every subsite and configure these manually. They *do not* get inherited from the main/parent site’s Mdocs settings. It’s important to note that you have to do this while logged in as a Superuser.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/memphis-documents-library/

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