I’ve been using this for a couple of years, now on a number of sites. And, it works fine in WordPress 5. In fact, I’m currently using it on a site I’m developing in WordPress 5.2.2 using the OceanWP template and Elementor page builder.
At first, I used Hide This, but then switched to another solution because I thought HT to be a bit limited for certain options. One specific problem I was having with HT was trying to get the ! (not) operator to function as expected. I later came back to HT because I considered it to be “less bad” than the other soution I had begun using. However, once I really got into HT (again) I discovered the “for all” (with exceptions) option. Now, I use the following syntax for everything: [hide for=”all” exclude=(my list of exceptions, that is, the list of roles I WANT to be able to view the content)]. Now, THAT is powerful yet extremely flexible. This thing meets ALL my needs. Don’t be afraid to give it a try…I think you’ll be glad you did.
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