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  • I need help.

    The plug-in is fine, it’s working with images (though you have to be flexible in how they display). I need a shipping deck through FedEx which where we have a corporate account and I have access to API Developer codes and all, but apparently I still have to buy a plug-in for full use.

    The larger issue at the moment is that I’m trying to set up an interface that an employee can use without accessing the WP Dashboard. I want it to look like a regular website for the employee to manage orders and product inventory. I’m the developer so I’ll be adding all merchandise, but I don’t receive inventory.

    There seems to be Zero in the way of documentation to all this to happen. I even authorized one employee to log in as Store Manager, but that still gives him access to pages, editing, and post, adding and deleting products, and more..

    Still, no answer on the WordPress.org/ the plug-in page.

    Any assistance would be useful. I’d like to use this for other clients but need to have these issues explained before deciding if I’ll move forward.

    Thanks 🙂

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  • Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    (@mikejolley)

    I need a shipping deck through FedEx which where we have a corporate account and I have access to API Developer codes and all, but apparently I still have to buy a plug-in for full use.

    We don’t bundle FEDEX in core – its not useful to all users (i.e. anyone outside of the US). So yes, you’ll need an addon (there are several available for Fedex).

    The larger issue at the moment is that I’m trying to set up an interface that an employee can use without accessing the WP Dashboard.

    For core, this doesn’t make sense. Offering this would involve rewriting most of what is already available in WordPress itself, and the demand is simply not there.

    Instead what you should do is perhaps look at locking down store manager accounts using a plugin such as https://wordpress.org/plugins/user-role-editor/

    With that you can remove access to posts and pages if you wanted, and just give them access to the store’s admin.

    There seems to be Zero in the way of documentation to all this to happen.

    It wouldn’t make sense to document something custom or non-supported. All of our documentation covers wp-admin 😉

    Thanks

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