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  • I have a multi-user WP site and I do not want my user to see posts made by other users.

    
How do i do that?

    In http://www.domain.com/wp-admin/edit.php I tried to hide these words: “All, Published, Scheduled, Drafts” with the ‘Adminimize’ plugin and Firebug, but I could not hide it. Does anybody know the div-id of the section that shows “All, Published, Scheduled, Drafts”?

    Maybe somebody has another solution.

    Would be of great help.
    Thanks!

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  • I do not want my user to see posts made by other users

    You should be changing a user’s role, not the css.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Roles_and_Capabilities#Summary_of_Roles

    If you are logged in as a SuperAdmin/Administrator or Editor you will be able to see/edit see all posts. see = edit_others_posts

    If you want users to publish/edit only their posts, they should be Authors.

    Change User’s role on a blog at Users menu.

    Hi David,

    Thanks.
    But I want more capabilities for the user’s than an author. I use the User Role Editor plugin for this. Works excellent, but somehow it’s not possible to hide others posts.
    With the “Peter’s Login Redirect”-plugin it’s possible to redirect a user to their own post. This works pretty fine as well but it would be the best if it’s possible to hide with adminimize.

    Thanks you!

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