*When using other versions some differences are possible to occur
** Screenshots were taken from a PC
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You can download User Role plugin here:
Note: Сlick the “Apply” button in order to apply any changes.
1.1. Go to your WordPress Admin Dashboard and find the menu on the left.
1.2. Go to the “User Role” > “Roles” on your dashboard.
1.3. The “Roles” page will open.
Use the options of the “Roles” page to manage the user roles for the WordPress website.
2.1. Edit User Role Capabilities
Click the “Edit” button to change the user role permissions.
2.1.1. Choose the necessary capabilities for the appropriate user from the given list.
2.1.2. Click the “Update” button to confirm and apply any changes.
2.2. Reset User Role Capabilities
Click the “Reset” button to reset the default user role permissions.
2.3. Recover User Role Capabilities
Click the “Recover” button to recover the selected user role.
3. Add New Role
Use the options of the “Add New” page to add a new user role to the website. Click the “Add New” button.
3.1. Role Name
Enter the “Role Name” into the appropriate text field.
3.2. Role Slug
The “Role Slug” field will be automatically filled after you enter the “Role Name”, but you can enter the desired value into the text field. Slug must contain only latin letters. Also You can add numbers and symbols "-" or "_".
Use the “Capabilities” list to configure the capability of the appropriate user role.
Enable the “All” to give the user permission to all capabilities.
3.3.2. Access to Plugins (Menu Items)
Enable the “Access to Plugins (menu items)” to give to the user role permission for menu items.
3.3.3. Actions with Plugins
Enable the “Actions with Plugins” to give to the user role permission for plugin-connected actions.
3.3.4. Actions with Users
Enable the “Actions with users” to give the user role permission for actions with users.
3.3.5. Actions with Themes
Enable the “Actions with Themes” to give the user role permission for themes-connected actions.
3.3.6. Actions with Pages
Enable the “Actions with Pages” to give to the user role access to pages-connected actions.
3.3.7. Actions with Posts
Enable the “Actions with Posts” to set the ability for the user role to work with posts.
3.3.8. Other Default Actions
Enable the “Other Default Actions” to set the other appropriate actions to the user role.
3.3.9. Other Custom Actions
Enable the “Other Custom Actions” to set the capabilities generated by actions of installed plugins.
3.4 Add Role
Click the “Add New” button to add a new user role.
Use the “Settings” page to set up the option regarding the miscellaneous tab, and license settings.
4.1. Miscellaneous Settings
Use the options of the “Miscellaneous Settings” tab to enable the “Track Usage” option.
4.1.1. Track Usage
Enable the “Track Usage” option to allow tracking plugin usage anonymously.
4.2. License Key
Use the “License Key” tab to activate or check the Pro plugin license.
4.2.1. Pro License
After a successful plugin purchase, you will receive an email notification with a download link and a license key. Activate Pro license by pasting a license key into the “User Role Pro License” field and clicking the “Save Changes” button.
4.2.3. Check License Key
To check the license key, click the “Check license key” button. If the entered key is correct, the notification “The license key is valid. Your license will expire on XXXX-XX-XX” will be displayed in the upper left corner of the page.
4.2.3. Manage License Settings
Use the “Manage License Settings” option to change your license settings. Click the “Login to Client Area” button to open your personal Client Area dashboard located on the https://bestwebsoft.com/ website. Browse and download purchased products, change the license domain and copy the license keys.
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