Support » Plugin: Pods - Custom Content Types and Fields » Restricted content per user

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  • Plugin Author Jim True


    You can do this, but it will take significant coding to handle it properly (this isn’t something that’s possible without PHP and handling lookups into user capabilities and roles, especially if you’re trying to create a front-end version of the back-end admin.

    You should look at Pods Admin, Components, Roles & Capabilities for managing who can do what. It’s based on the Members Plugin by Justin Tadlocke. I’d mirror your role (and it’s capabilities) after ‘Author’ since an author can edit only his own posts.

    If you’re wanting to create your own version of the back-end on the front end, you’re probably going to want to look at pods-ui:


    If you have more specific questions after digging into your problem, you can either open another ticket at or join us on our Slack Chat at and we’ll try to point you in the right directions.

    Thank you

    Plugin Author Jim True


    You’re welcome 🙂

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