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gap-hub-user-role

Description

With gap-hub-user-role WordPress plugin you can change user-role (except Administrator) capabilities easy, with a few clicks.

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.
You can add new capabilities and remove unnecessary capabilities which could be left from uninstalled plugins.
Multi-site support is provided.

To read more about ‘gap-hub-user-role plugin’ visit at http://wordpressplugins.gaphub.com/portfolio/gap-hub-wordpress-user-role.

Shortcuts

1.For User Login use the shortcut [user-login] on your page.
2.For User Registeration use the shortcut [user-registeration] on your page.
3.For User Profile use the shortcut [user-profile] on your page.

Installation

Installation procedure:
1. Deactivate plugin if you have the previous version installed.
2. Extract ” g-h-user-role.zip” archive content to the “/wp-content/plugins/g-h-user-role” directory.
3. Activate ” gap-hub-user-role” plugin via ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress admin menu.
4. Go to the “Settings”-“gap-hub-user-role plugin” menu item and change your WordPress standard roles capabilities according to your needs.

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