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  • I am setting up a WordPress website and blog that is a “turn-key” site and full admin rights are way too much for the “owner” of the site when she takes it over. So, my question is this, is there a way to limit what she can see in the left hand menu of the dashboard area? The place she had her site before apparently had her WordPress site set up in such a manner that all she had to do was pick between if it was a blog post, page modification/post or shop entry and it was all done with forms. I have looked and looked and looked some more and cannot find anything in settings or with plugin/s that will do what I am wanting here so I am asking for your help, please if you can help in any way it would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you

    ETA: The website this is on is not a site it is a private domain on Just Host and is set up in the root directory.

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  • You’d need to either find out how it’s been done on their current website, or do your own set up to allow that sort of functionality for a different role, like ‘Editors’ so that you can assigne them to the ‘Editor’ role to do their updates.

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