Support » Plugin: Google Tag Manager for WordPress » Is usage or setup by an editor or non-administrator possible?

  • Hi Thomas, thanks for the great plugin!

    Our SEO manager would like to use this plugin on a site but he does not and cannot have administrator access.

    If I change ‘manage_options’ to ‘wpseo_manage_options’ capability in line 1280 to the admin.php file, the SEO Manager view all options, but cant edit, when push save changes button show warning text “You need a higher level of permission.
    Sorry, you are not allowed to customize this site.”

    Can you make it possible for a non administrator to manage Google Tag Manager for WordPress, please?

    Thanks.

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  • Thread Starter misagues

    (@misagues)

    I found a solution example for “editor” role user in the CF7 Plugin, but i don’t see adapting to GTM4WP:

    
    // set editor role for contact-form-cfdb-7 plugin
        include_once( ABSPATH . 'wp-admin/includes/plugin.php' );
        if ( is_plugin_active( 'contact-form-cfdb7/contact-form-cfdb-7.php' ) ) {
            // Add custom capability
            $role = get_role( 'editor' );
            if(!$role->has_cap('cfdb7_access')){
                $role->add_cap( 'cfdb7_access' );
            }
        }
    

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Thomas Geiger

    (@duracelltomi)

    Hi,

    Thanks for the details!
    I will do my best to add this soon but I can not give you an ETA.
    However if you or your dev can add it to the plugin code, I am more than happy to add it via a GitHub PR: https://github.com/duracelltomi/gtm4wp

    Thread Starter misagues

    (@misagues)

    Hi,

    Here says is possible, but you not say how.

    https://github.com/duracelltomi/gtm4wp/issues/143

    Please, say a code hook for make it work provisionally. Until you can integrate it into the plugin.
    I would really appreciate it.

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