I installed and have been playing around with WordPress, and I just discovered something very, very odd: on my installation, user restrictions seem to be broken!
For example, I have one admin user set to level 10, and three users set to level 1. According to the documentation, these three users should be able to post and edit their own posts. Instead, there are links visible for ALL posts to be edited…and they’re functional. Each user can edit each other’s posts.
It is worth noting that, in the admin section, if I select “edit”, I only get “edit” links on a given user’s posts…but if I update the url to a different (another user’s) post, I am free to edit and save the post there as well.
So what gives? Is this the way it is designed (which I doubt), or is something going awry with my installation (and I’m taking suggestions on what it might be).
Thanks in advance.
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