I’m running some tests on my local environment (there’s no way of linking to it), and I ran into an issue with user permissions. I’m basically trying to prove the following statement, as seen on <a href=”http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network#Things_You_Need_To_Know
http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network#Things_You_Need_To_Know“>Create a Network
“By design, all users who are added to your network will have subscriber access to all sites on your network.”
Here’s what I do:
1) After installing everything and enabling the network, as Super Admin I add two new users on the main site: an Editor and a Contributor.
2) As an Editor, I create a new site (say, “Editor’s Site”).
3) As Contributor, I access Editor’s Site, but I fail a current_user_can(‘read’) check on one of my templates.
Obviously, the Contributor passes the same check on the main blog, but from the statement above I figured it was just a matter of registering on the main site…
I’m not running any plug-ins, and I’m not changing any capabilities from the Contributor or Subscriber roles.
Is there something I’m missing, or is the statement above not up to date? Or is there a setting I’m forgetting to check and enable?
If you need any more information, or a test I should run to see if anything else is interfering, let me know.
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