These code examples have only definitely been tested with 3.1 Multisite, so I’m wondering if something changed between 3.1 and 3.3 to make lines like:
$wp_roles->role_objects['administrator']->add_cap( 'unfiltered_html' ); $wp_roles->role_objects['administrator']->add_cap( 'edit_theme_options' ); $wp_roles->role_objects['administrator']->add_cap( 'edit_themes' ); $wp_roles->role_objects['editor']->add_cap( 'unfiltered_html' );
have no effect.
I’ve tried a variety of variations on these plugins, in both the mu-plugins folder and the plugins folder, and they seem to simply have no effect. I’m not getting any errors whatsoever, either in WordPress or the Apache log.
I’m interested in blanket granting the unfiltered_html, edit_theme_options, and edit_themes capabilities to all blog admins, plus unfiltered_html to blog editors. We have a closed registration multisite instance in a professional context, so we understand the risks involved but would like to take them anyway. 🙂
Thanks to anyone for any advice or guidance. I’m by no means married to these plugins so if you have a completely different suggestion, I’ll be happy to try it.
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