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Hi, I want to translate the plugin, but Loco Translate does not see the .pot file. How to translate the plugin? Thanks
I just noticed that we didn’t add a language folder and a .po file. I’ve just notified the developers and we will add support for this asap and include it in the next release.
Is there a way to selectively hide plugin / theme modules / blocks of information on the “edit product woocommerce page”? What I want to hide is information blocks that are loaded by other plugins like a YITH plugin or other third party on this page, category, posts and so on, will this model achieve this. In other words I’m looking to achieve a less in more admin for a single user that may break something by mistake. Thanks
You can save a default layout for a specific user.
But this does not work per a Role, thus also blocking a super admin from using the features. So this is not the control I’m looking for. I need another way or am I missing something? Thanks
OK, then I don’t know what you are looking for. This will allow you to remove elements from the screen and save default layouts. You are right this is not for user roles, but for individual users and a default.
this plugin provide a solution to the demand of accessing certain posts for a period of one month and full access to premium users (paying customer)?
NO, it is not a membership plugin. With this plugin, you can ALLOW access or RESTRICT access to Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types and Categories (custom taxonomies) based on the User Role of the visitor. And this is the front end of the website. There is also an option to reverse this to work in the wp-admin, but then it will not apply to the front end. Hope this makes sense.
thank you very much sir
The download version is 1.3.8, while the current version is 1.3.9. Can you update? Thank you
Update from inside wp-admin. The update will be available on Codecanyon in 24-72 hours. Sorry for the inconvenience.
If you have problems updating please submit a ticket at our Help Center and we will assist you.
Just a quick question about the version…
In wp-admin it says there is a new version of the plugin available (1.3.9 – complete with reminder) which, according to the details page, has been available since 3rd August, yet the Changelog here only goes up to 1.3.8 (which is also the version available to download).
Is there a 1.3.9?
Update within wp-admin by adding your license key. The latest version should be available on Codecanyon within 24-72 hours. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Doh! Who’s feeling like Homer Simpson right now…
Many thanks, sometimes the easiest option is also the mosty simple!
NO, don’t worry at all. We should have uploaded it after release. You should soon see it on Codecanyon as well.
Hi, the plugin Envato Market does not see your plugin. Please correct. Thank you ( https://github.com/envato/wp-envato-market )
Not sure what you are referring to. Our plugin follows WordPress Codex.
Hi, the translation does not work. Plugin Loco Translate does not translate anything. In the plugin update, you added a file pur-en_US.po, not file POT. And I need a translation template (POT file) for options-panel-languages. You would have tested the first translation ….Thank you
Our plugins follow the WordPress Codex for internationalization https://codex.wordpress.org/I18n_for_WordPress_Developers.
MO files: MO, or Machine Object is a binary data file that contains object data referenced by a program. It is typically used to translate program code, and may be loaded or imported into the GNU gettext program.
PO files: PO files are the files which contain the actual translations. Each language will have its own PO file, for example, for French there would be a fr.po file, for german there would be a de.po, for American English there might be en-US.po.
POT file: POT files are the template files for PO files. They will have all the translation strings left empty. A POT file is essentially an empty PO file without the translations, with just the original strings.
You should easily be able to create the POT file. If you have trouble please submit a ticket at our Help Center.
Hi, why does the plugin Loco Translate do not translate anything? https://ru.wordpress.org/plugins/loco-translate/
Did you submit a ticket? I don’t know why, but our plugin is compatible with WPML and we are following WordPress Codex. Did you submit a ticket at our Help Center?
I have a pretty common situation – i’d like to redirect all logged in users that aren’t admins away from the sales page and into their home page whenever they land on the website. They have already bought the thing so no point in them reading the sales page. I’m not sure how i can do this without blocking logged out users from viewing the sales page too. Is there any way to accomplish thisusing the plugin?
Logged out – able to view
Non-paid users – able to view
Paid users – redirects them to a more useful page
The Pages by User Role for WordPress plugin makes it possible to restrict or allow access to Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, Categories and Taxonomies (and their terms).
It is a little bit unclear what it is you want to do. Do you operate a WooCommerce store on your website? And you do not want users that don’t have a specific user role to view the shop?
You can also combine this plugin with our Menu by User Role for WordPress, which lets you create specific menus for users not logged in and users logged (for each user role if you need it).
Will this plugin allow us to restrict editing to a certain user role? I don’t particularly care about what other users can see, thats a bonus, but I am looking for a plugin that we can use to specify which pages various users can edit. IE: A contributor may have access to a variety of posts and one page about their subject matter, whereas another contributor would have access to two pages about a topic, and ability to publish new posts and edit one or two old posts. Will your plugin do that?
Pages by User Role for WordPress was originally created for the front end of WordPress, but you can reverse the plugin and it will be possible to allow or restrict access in wp-admin.
Are you looking to do this for specific pages or are you looking to not allow users to edit other users pages, posts etc?
The problem is that you are writing that you have two contributors. This means they have the same user role. And access control is set by user role.
If you use the White Label Branding for WordPress you can tweak the capabilities edit_others_posts, edit_others_pages. If you uncheck these then users can’t edit other users Posts and Pages.
Does it make sense?
WLB is great for restricting things. What I am looking to do is specify that a group of users can edit specific pages. In WLB you can only tell a user type that they have permission or don’t have permission to edit pages. For example on a music review site… Maybe we’d want the indie music editors to be able to post blogs like normal, but also change the ‘indie’ top level page. Maybe the jazz and prog-rock contributors would need to access those top level pages etc. So we don’t want different departments accessing other peoples pages. We want them to be able to change just the content on ‘their’ pages. Again, WLB is just an on/off switch. I am just having a very hard time finding a plugin that allows you to specify who has the ability to edit a certain page. Admins always do, editors can edit what you tell them in WLB, but its all or nothing. Either someone can edit all pages, or no pages. There seems to be no inbetween to give partial access.
If you want to allow access or restrict access to a specific page – then you need Pages by User Role. You are correct when you say that WLB will apply this to ALL pages, posts, etc.
So just to clarify, Pages by User Role will allow us to specify who can EDIT a page? I am not talking about visibility, I am specifically asking about allowing certain user types to edit pages.
No Pages by User Role doesn’t have anything to do with capabilities to edit or delete. These are set with a Role and Capability Manager (like the one in White Label Branding). Pages by User Role can allow access or restrict access to the Page or Post in wp-admin if you reverse the features (this is a feature in the Options panel). I see you have purchased the plugin if you need any help please submit a ticket to our Help Center and we will do our best to help you.
Hi, after buy question: Can i set these:
WBBakery Page Builder (formerly Visual Composer) has its own capability manager (settings). With Pages by User Role you can restrict access or allow access to Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, Categories (and Custom Taxonomies).
With the plugin Post Categories by User Role you can restrict or allow access to Post Categories. I think that is what you are looking for. Check out the plugin and let me know if you have any questions.
FYI the two plugins work great together if you have the need for both restricting access (usage) of Post Categories and Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types etc.
I want to create a user that will have their own login and only be able to access and update/amend a few pages in the admin side.
Will this plugin do that?
My theme has Visual Composer too any conflicts with this?
If you look at Pages by User Role for WordPress screenshots you will see that this plugin add an Access Control meta-box in Pages, Posts, and Custom Post Types. It was originally created for the public part of the website. Where you can allow or restrict access to Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, Categories, and Taxonomies. However, you can reserve the features to work in the wp-admin. This means that if you restrict access to a specific page only the users with the user role can view and access it.
There are no known conflicts with WPBakery Page Builder (formerly Visual Composer).
Thanks for your quick reply. So this is done via the WP-admin side?
Create a User, then set restrictions so the user can only access a few pages.
Can I also disable all other pages, plugins and so on?
Will the user still be able to see all links to other pages? plugins? when they login?
If you choose to reverse the behavior of Pages by User Role so that it applies to wp-admin you can restrict which user roles that will be able to access Pages, Posts and Custom Post Types. Anything you have not restricted they will still be able to see.
I have just bought your plugin but cant my head around how to activate it. I want to restrict a user to access only 2 pages in the wp-admin side. How do I do this? Thanks
I believe you have also submitted a ticket about this. We have set up your system, but we can’t test it because you have blocked access to wp-admin to other user roles. Please continue the communication in your ticket.
Thanks again for you reply. Perfect and how is this done?
There is a tab in the Options Panel of the plugin that lets you reverse the features to the wp-admin.
i have paid for the 6months support but i am still downloading the previous version of the plugin. Do i missed something here?
“There is a new version of Pages by User Role for WordPress available. View version 1.4.2 details. Automatic update is unavailable for this plugin.”
Please notice that Version 1.4.2 was released yesterday for download through wp-admin. You can enter your license key in the plugin and then update from inside wp-admin. The update will be available on Codecanyon within a few days.
Hello, I bought this plugin to make some events visible in the plugin “Calendarize it! For WordPress” only for certain user roles. In the monthly view of the calendar, it works great as well. Only in the event list, the events are then displayed. Can you change that? Even there, only certain user roles should see the events. Although the call comes from such an event always the login page, but the event should not be displayed at all if you do not have the role.
We will need you to submit a ticket at our Help Center. And please provide URL to where we can see the problem and login credentials as Administrator as well as login credentials to the user role that is supposed to see or not see the event.
Pre Purchase query:
I want to lock certain category and pages for certain user apart from doing it as per user role. Giving a use case
A ‘X’ user should have access to post only in ‘y’ and z category and not any other.
A ‘B’ user should have access to only ‘b’ and ‘c’ page and not any other.
If this is possible with the plugin than i would go ahead and make a purchase.
Please notice that Pages by User Role for WordPress is for allowing or restricting access to Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types and Taxonomies. Normally in the frontend of the website based on the user role the visitor has. You can reverse the features so that it works in wp-admin.
If you want to restrict which category and term that specific users can post to you need the Post Categories by User for WordPress. This an overlooked very useful utility.
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