User Role Editor

Beschreibung

User Role Editor WordPress plugin allows you to change user roles and capabilities easy.
Just turn on check boxes of capabilities you wish to add to the selected role and click „Update“ button to save your changes. That’s done.
Add new roles and customize its capabilities according to your needs, from scratch of as a copy of other existing role.
Unnecessary self-made role can be deleted if there are no users whom such role is assigned.
Role assigned every new created user by default may be changed too.
Capabilities could be assigned on per user basis. Multiple roles could be assigned to user simultaneously.
You can add new capabilities and remove unnecessary capabilities which could be left from uninstalled plugins.
Multi-site support is provided.

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Kaufe die Pro-Version.
User Role Editor Pro enthält zusätzliche Module:

  • Ausgewählte Elemente im Admin-Menu für Rollen blockieren.
  • Ausgewählte Menu-Einträge im Frontend für nicht-eingeloggte Benutzer, eingelogggte Benutzer oder Rollen verbergen.
  • Ausgewählte Widgets unter „Design“ für Rollen blockieren.
  • Widgets im Frontend nur für bestimmte Rollen anzeigen
  • Ausgewählte Meta-Boxen für Rollen blockieren (Dashboard, Beiträge, Seiten, individuelle Inhaltstypen).
  • „Export/Import“ module. You can export user role to the local file and import it to any WordPress site or other sites of the multi-site WordPress network.
  • Roles and Users permissions management via Network Admin for multisite configuration. One click Synchronization to the whole network.
  • „Other roles access“ module allows to define which other roles user with current role may see at WordPress: dropdown menus, e.g assign role to user editing user profile, etc.
  • Manage user access to editing posts/pages/custom post type using posts/pages, authors, taxonomies ID list.
  • Per plugin users access management for plugins activate/deactivate operations.
  • Per form users access management for Gravity Forms plugin.
  • Shortcode to show enclosed content to the users with selected roles only.
  • Anzeigebeschränkungen (Seiten und Beiträge) für ausgewählte Rollen.
  • Admin back-end pages permissions viewer

Die Pro-Version ist werbefrei. Premium-Support ist inklusive.

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Screenshots

  • screenshot-1.png User Role Editor: Haupt-Bedienoberfläche
  • screenshot-2.png Rollen und Berechtigungen hinzufügen oder löschen
  • screenshot-3.png Link zu den Berechtigungen des Benutzers
  • screenshot-4.png Berechtigungs-Editor
  • Massenbearbeitung für Benutzer ohne Rolle
  • screenshot-6.png Den ausgewählten Benutzern mehrere Rollen zuweisen

Installation

Installation:

  1. Deactivate plugin if you have the previous version installed.
  2. Extract „user-role-editor.zip“ archive content to the „/wp-content/plugins/user-role-editor“ directory.
  3. Activate „User Role Editor“ plugin via ‚Plugins‘ menu in WordPress admin menu.
  4. Go to the „Users“-„User Role Editor“ menu item and change your WordPress standard roles capabilities according to your needs.

FAQ

  • Does it work with WordPress in multi-site environment?
    Yes, it works with WordPress multi-site. By default plugin works for every blog from your multi-site network as for locally installed blog.
    To update selected role globally for the Network you should turn on the „Apply to All Sites“ checkbox. You should have superadmin privileges to use User Role Editor under WordPress multi-site.
    Pro version allows to manage roles of the whole network from the Netwok Admin.

To read full FAQ section visit this page at shinephp.com.

Rezensionen

1. Juni 2021
This plugin works great with the Events Manager plugin we are using to allow people to sign up for classes only if they are registered with the "student" user role, and also to create a role just for managing such classes or events ("events manager" role). The Events Manager plugin was able to read the roles created by User Role Editor just fine, allowing me to grant permissions within either plugin. Other plugins that can read custom fields should work as well (but always test, test, test). I plan to use a plugin that can assign any role I choose to people who register via the plugin's form. Students, for example, will automatically be assigned to the "student" role, which will then enable them to book classes. "Subscribers," on the other hand, will only get newsletters, but at the point where "subscribers" sign up to become "students," they will end up with both roles, meaning they still get the newsletter and also get classes. We will then be able to send out special mailings just for students without also sending them to subscribers who shouldn't get them. This approach saves us from a more manual - and time-consuming - handling of students and subscribers, and the same goes for handling what various volunteers will be able to do at the back end. Very simple to set up and quick to make changes if you decide to. Saved me a good deal of time getting permissions just right. Love it!
13. Mai 2021
This does exactly what you would expect it does. Works great. We needed to hire an overseas developer for our site, but worried about giving them 100% admin rights, so with this we created a 'Developer' role and took away about 10 admin capabilities. Too easy.
30. April 2021
I have been using Role Editor PRO for years on many of the sites I manage. The plugin keeps getting better (if that is even possible) and Vladimir's customer support is second to none. He is the best and has always helped me out right away. This plugin has solved many of my unique user restriction needs. I will continue to use and add to my new sites. I whole-heartedly recommend this plugin. Great Plugin and Great Support. This is what all plugins should strive for.
16. November 2020
Put in a little effort nutting in through, and you have a perfect accompaniment to making Navigation Menus that ONLY appear to visitors, and ONLY appear to those logged in, and ONLY to those with certain roles, etc. Don't be limited to Subscriber, Author, Contributor roles, etc ... create more meaningful ones.
15. Oktober 2020
REVISED REVIEW: I solved the glitch mentioned below with a little help from the plugin developer. I was set to superadmin, and admin was the only role that could view the plugin tabs. I switched my role to admin, and I could use the plugin again. Great plugin. I just have to give it one tick down to 4 stars because elements of the UX of the plugin is confusing, but it does do the job. Thank you! OLD REVIEW: The plugin "disappeared" in the plugins area, but the files are still up on the server. And, now users with author permissions are locked out of their profile. This caused me some lost time and embarrassment digging myself out of trouble with my client.
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Änderungsprotokoll

[4.59.1] 11.05.2021

  • New: Multisite: When update role at the main site with „Apply to all sites“ option and PHP constant URE_MULTISITE_DIRECT_UPDATE === 1 (update roles directly in database, not via WordPress API),
  • URE overwrites all subsite roles with roles from the main site. It’s possible now to leave selected role(s) for selected subsite(s) unchanged: add filter ‚ure_network_update_leave_roles‘ and
  • return from it the array like this one – array( (int) blog_id => array(‚role_id1‘, ‚role_id2‘, … );
  • Update: „Other roles“ section at user profile is available now only for users with ‚promote_users‘ capability.
  • Update: Notice at the top of URE page about action result is not removed automatically after 7 seconds as earlier.
  • Update: ‚ure_sort_wp_roles_list‘ filter accepts these values for the single input parameter: false – leave roles list as it is; true, ‚id‘ – sort roles list by role ID; ’name‘ – sort roles by role name.

[4.59] 05.04.2021

  • Update: PHP constant URE_WP_ADMIN_URL was replaced with direct ‚admin_url()‘ call to respect the ‚admin_url‘ filter applied by the get_admin_url() WordPress API function.
  • Update: Editing roles and capabilities granted to selected user („Capabilities“ link under user row at the „Users“ list) executes ‚add_user_role‘ or ‚remove_user_role‘ actions only in case it really grants or revokes roles and/or capabilities.
    Previous versions fully revoked and granted again all roles during user permissions update even in case roles list was not changed. It was leaded to the false execution of the mentioned add/remove role actions.

[4.58.3] 02.03.2021

  • Update: URE automatically adds custom taxonomies user capabilities to administrator role before opening „Users->User Role Editor“ page.
  • Fix: Role changes were not saved with option „Confirm role update“ switched off.

[4.58.2] 15.01.2021

  • Fix: Additional options turned ON for a role was not saved during role update.
  • Update: All JavaScript files are loaded with URE plugin version number as a query string for cache busting purpose.

[4.58.1] 11.01.2021

  • Fix: User lost assigned role(s) after click „Update“ at the user permissions page, opened via „Selected user->Capabilities“ or „User Profile->Capabilities->Edit“ link.

[4.58] 11.01.2021

  • Update: Users->User Role Editor: Update button saves changes via AJAX without full page reload.
  • Fix: New user registered via frontend (wp-login.php?action=register) automatically receives additional (other) default role(s) according to selection made at User Role Editor settings „Other default roles“ tab.
  • Fix: „PHP Deprecated: Required parameter $max_ind follows optional parameter $used in ..\wp-content\plugins\user-role-editor\includes\classes\advertisement.php on line 31“ PHP 8.0 notice was fixed.
  • Fix: „JQMIGRATE: jquery.fn.resize() event shorthand is deprecated“ notice was fixed.
  • Fix: „JQMIGRATE: jQuery.fn.click() event shorthand is deprecated“ notice was fixed.
  • Fix: „JQMIGRATE: Number-typed values are deprecated for jQuery.fn.css( (property name), value )“ notice was fixed.

Die Datei „changelog.txt“ enthält die vollständige Liste der Änderungen.