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  • Resolved zwene



    can you give some examples of the usage of post_view_cap? Which caps must I use to match for registered users or guests? I can’t get it work in php and functions.

    I want to match if the current user have access to post.

    How I can easily test with the post_view_cap if current_user have read access to a post? Is there something like virtual standard user group/cap like “has_access” or something else?


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  • Ahhh, now I found out after a look in your plugin code. Wouldn’t it be better to put a reference of your wpaa conditional functions somewhere on the plugin page …?

    After reading for a while I test it with

    wpaa_user_can( 'read', $EM_Event )


    wpaa_user_can( 'read' )

    but this don’t work ($EM_Event is an event id from an event calendar). 🙁 In the moment I can’t match a wpaa conditional for a specific page like

    current_user_can( 'read', $post->ID )


    Plugin Author podpirate


    yep, you’re right.
    In the next version wpaa_user_can() will simply accept a second argument and pass it to current_user_can()
    regards, j.

    Plugin Author podpirate


    I’ll close this.

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