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Hi, im iterested in this plugin. Is it possible to also add different roles?
This plugin does not let you add different user roles. We have our White Label Branding for WordPress which has a Role and Capability Manager built in. It will allow you to add the custom user roles. However, it does so much more so if you are only looking for adding custom user roles and then use our Pages by User Role, I would maybe go for a simply plugin to add the user roles. Of course I would like you to buy both, but that might be overkill.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Thank you for your answer. I understand that this plugin also supports different roles if i add them myself or use another plugin. In that case i know what to do, Thank you for the quick reply.
You are welcome. Let us know if you have any other questions.
I am checking the White label branding, and i think that is excactly i need.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Where can I find documentation about the shortcodes please?
Pages by User Role for WordPress is mostly used to ALLOW access or RESTRICT access to Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, and Taxonomies, which is done in the ACCESS CONTROL meta box.
However, you can also use it with shortcodes to restrict and allow access to content based on user roles. Look at this page for examples http://plugins.righthere.com/pages-by-user-role/restrict-access-to-content/
Where can I disable in this plugin, that it sends data to the manufacturer in the background (updates, license checks, etc.). This must be disabled to be consistent with the European Data Protection Law (GDPR). Without deactivation, this plugin may no longer be used in Europe.
For example, data is sent here:
Please notice that the only information we collect is the URL of the website where the license key was entered and the actual license key.
Exceptions to the GDPR Obligation
A data controller is exempt from these obligations if it cannot identify which personal data in its possession relates to the relevant data subject (i.e., if personal data is anonymized and cannot be re-identified).
We do not collect any personal data such as name or email.
We are adding an option in the License tab to allow sending the URL and the Item Purchase Code to us. If you do not allow this you will not be able to automatically update the plugin from within wp-admin or purchase any add-ons. You can always manually download the plugin from Codecanyon and install the plugin.
Thanks for your reply!
Great you´ll add an option not to access any external services – this will be a great advantage! The problem regarding the external services is that even the IP is treated is personal data – so we are not allowed to send it.
I see that the IP address is also considered PII (Personal Identifiable Information) under EU law and thus covered by GDPR.
We have added the option to turn ON not sharing the URL and the Item Purchase Code (license key).
If you choose not to share the URL of your website and the license key you will not be able to update the plugin from inside wp-admin and you will have to manually download all updates. That is, of course, possible it might just be a little bit annoying to do manually every time.
Can show or hide woocommerce categories also by user role by using this plugin ?
If not then are you having any plugin which can perform this ?
I’m sorry for not getting back to you earlier. If you restrict access to a Product this product will NOT be displayed in the shop and the visitor will not be able to access the product.
You can not restrict access to products based on which category they are assigned to. I see that this was the intention, but the feature doesn’t work for WooCommerce (just tested on our demo website).
Very interested in your plugin. I just wanted to know if it works fine with Cornerstone and if I can restrict content made using it: not talking about sections or rows, just pure raw content in html inside a column. I’ve checked that you have shortcodes for restricting anything inside of it, but could only find you talking about WPBakery and not Cornerstone, so I want to make sure.
I’m not aware of any conflicts with WPBakery Page Builder or Cornerstone. If you run into issues and we can’t solve them we will of course accept a refund request.
Alright then, I’ll check it out. Thank you for the quick answer!
You are welcome let me know if you have any other questions.
I already bought your plugin, but just a quick question: I still haven’t added the license code because I’m currently developing the site on a server of mine with a different domain than the original. How will that work out after the migration is done? Should I wait to insert the code later, or there are no issues about that?
According to the license terms from Codecanyon you need a license for each website you use the plugin, however, we do allow you to use the plugin on your DEVELOPER website and your LIVE website. We can also reset the license key for you if you want to move the license.
Alright, thanks. A final question:
I did understand how your shortcodes work by checking your example page. However, when I use, for example, the shortcode [pur_restricted capability=”UserRole”], that role is indeed seeing it but now I, as an Administrator, am not seeing it anymore, because I’m not “UserRole”. I want both UserRole and the Admin to be able to see it, while all the other roles can’t. I think I’m supposed to add the capability view_restricted_content to the Administrator role as you guys mentioned on the page, but I didn’t quite understand how to do that. Can you help me out?
I’m sorry I was referring to an example with a different plugin. Are you looking to restrict specific content in the page, post or custom post type or restrict access to the entire page, post etc?
Don’t worry about it, I already figured it out.
I’d just recommend to you guys to make the shortcode page (http://plugins.righthere.com/pages-by-user-role/restrict-access-to-content/) a little bit better, as it’s pretty easy to not understand how to do specific things, and a lot of people wouldn’t get what you mean by “adding a new capability to a role” to make pur_restricted work. Also, there’s a little mistake on the first code example, which already creates confusion.
Glad you figured it out. I will pass this information on. Thank you for your feedback and please let us know if you have any other questions.
I wish this plugin would support specific users instead of (or besides) user roles. There is currently no good quality plugin that offers that. It’s a big opportunity for any premium plugin creator.
Thank you for your feedback. I will pass this on to the developers.
Long time ago, but i still use your plugin and like it. One short question: How can i set different no acces urls to different roles.
Like role one must forward to …. and role two to a different url?
It is not possible to set different No Access URLs for each user role, but you can set different URLs for each page, post and custom post type.
Will it restrict access to a determinated woocommerce category or just single products?
At this point single products you set the ALLOW or RESTRICT access user roles.
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