Support » Plugin: LearnPress - WordPress LMS Plugin » Support needed: Subscriber on LearnPress

  • Hi,
    I’ve activated the learnpress plugin, and enrolled some testpersons.
    So far, so good.
    However, the testpersons seems to be able to consult my entire site-dashboard and jetpack dashboard.

    user role = subscriber
    according to the plugin ‘user role editor’, the only capability a subscriber has, is ‘read’.

    I’m confused on how to fix this. Any tips?

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  • Thread Starter havancoaching

    (@havancoaching)

    Plugin Contributor Ken Nguyen

    (@kendy73)

    Hi havancoaching,

    Anything wrong with the role? Can you tell me more about it?

    Thread Starter havancoaching

    (@havancoaching)

    Hi Ken,

    The problem I was facing was:
    When anyone registered, he automatically got the role of ‘subscriber’. However, subscribers seems to be able to view some dashboards (e.g. Yoast). I’ve contacted them and they gave me some code to enable that.
    I also installed the plugin user role editor, which showed me there was a new role type ‘participant’ which was linked to LearnPress, but wasn’t automatically choosen on registration. Fixed that.
    User roles work great now.

    The problems I’m facing now are:
    1) I tried to set a sale price. However,
    A. When saving the page’s changes, the sale price disappears
    B. When scheduling it seems start date and end date get confused. It looks like LP thinks the start date is the ending date, and end date is the starting date.
    2) The dutch version seems to have some spelling mistakes (afegerond instead of ‘voltooid’ or ‘afgerond’; bewereken instead of bewerken). Can I help translating some parts?

    Vanessa

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by havancoaching.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by havancoaching.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by havancoaching.

    Hi, anybody solved this?

    1) I tried to set a sale price. However,
    A. When saving the page’s changes, the sale price disappears
    B. When scheduling it seems start date and end date get confused. It looks like LP thinks the start date is the ending date, and end date is the starting date.

    Hello,
    I faced the same problem a couple of weeks ago and figured out that LearnPress ONLY grants the right to change course prices to Administrator or the course Author (aka Instructor).

    So, in the moment you assign somebody as an Instructor to a given course, only that person will be able to change the price (and Administrator, of course!). And the thing gets worse!… Even if you copy ALL Administrator capabilities to another role, let’s say, Course Coordinator, LearnPress DOESN’T accept it!!!

    Ken, (@kendy73), can you think in a solution for that?! It’ll really help!

    Vladimir (@shinephp), does User Role PRO version can help us with that?

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by Junkid.

    Hello,
    I faced the same problem a couple of weeks ago and figured out that LearnPress ONLY grants the right to change course prices to Administrator or the course Author (aka Instructor).

    So, in the moment you assign somebody as an Instructor to a given course, only that person will be able to change the price (and Administrator, of course!). And the thing gets worse!… Even if you copy ALL Administrator capabilities to another role, let’s say, Course Coordinator, LearnPress DOESN’T accept it!!!

    @kendy73
    Ken, can you think about a solution for that?! It’ll really help!

    @shinephp
    Vladimir, does User Role PRO version can help us with that?

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