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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    Was there a question in there?

    And please do not post in multiple topics. Duplicate posts are deleted on sight.

    Sorry I only posted twice because there was no activity on the other post that was my problem. From my understanding reading the support forums the plugin is designed to only let admins and contributors / authors the ability to post. But on my site everyone ever just subscribers that just signup can post. I was wondering if there is a remedy to this? Thank you for you time.



    Forum Moderator

    I only posted twice because there was no activity on the other post

    Given that you waited exactly 1 minute between the two posts, I’m not surprised! This free forum is staffed by unpaid volunteers who try to answer posts in their spare time. If you are looking for 1-to-1 support with ultra-fast response times, try hiring someone instead.

    I’m vary sorry I’m not trying to abuse the form. This is my first time using them. I post on the first one more to the member that posted the problem as maybe he would have the answer by now. Then the main one for the admin or what not. Didn’t know if you would see old topics.

    So wtf? No answer? I’m interested in seeing the response to his / her question.

    @leedman LOL yeah I was just thinking the same thing

    Plugin Author Broobe



    I check the capability “edit_posts”, so according with that:, all roles except “suscribers” can post. If you want to change that, you can modify the plugin or modify the role capabilities using a plugin (like rol editor)

    Thanks for using Social Articles!

    Cool! Thanks! So even a Role Editing plugin would help with this nicely?

    Plugin Author Broobe



    Hi. I have the same problem with the new version, I used different plugin role editors and assign to the subscriber don’t have the ability to post but the plugin allow it, where I can change this, Thanks

    I found the solution,

    if(current_user_can('edit_posts') || !bp_loggedin_user_id() ){


    In social-articles-load.php file, Line 9

    Hope that this helps

    Plugin Author Broobe


    Thanks! Try version 1.6. We fixed this error.

    Thanks for usign social articles!

    Great! Excellent I just install it and works fine!

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