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  • Plugin Author Aldo

    (@aldolat)

    Thanks for the review!

    Hi Aldo.
    I’m trying to use your Private Content plugin with a custom role, studentposs, created by members plugin.
    I assigned the role to a user, student, and wrote this shortcode

    [private role=”studentposs”]
    Predisposizione client
    Esercizio Ordine di Vendita
    [/private]

    but accessing with student user it doesn’t see the content page.
    If I change the shortcode for a standard role, administrator, editor, …, it works fine accessing with the related user.

    What is wrong?

    My WordPress version is 4.6.1

    Thanks a lot for the support.
    Nicola

    Plugin Author Aldo

    (@aldolat)

    Hello Nicola,
    Assign one of the plugin’s capabilities to your custom role. In this way all the user of that custom role will see the hidden text. You can do this with Members plugin or even with Capability Manager Enhanced.

    All roles of Private Content plugins are:

    1. read_ubn_editor_notes
    2. read_ubn_author_notes
    3. read_ubn_contributor_notes
    4. read_ubn_subscriber_notes

    So, if you assign, for example, read_ubn_subscriber_notes capability to studentposs role, all users under studentposs role will read that private note.

    Let me say you that you can use also the recipient option. In this case you let only the specified users to read those notes. For example:

    
    [private role="none" recipient="user1,user2"]This is a private text.[/private]
    

    Here, user1 and user2 will read the note, others can’t (you administrator included).

    Let me know if you need further help.

    Plugin Author Aldo

    (@aldolat)

    In this reply I explained pretty well how to make this.

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