Members – Role Hierarchy is an add-on plugin for the Members plugin, which adds a hierarchical role system.
Hierarchical roles are important when you want to allow “lower” level users, such as Editors, to create, edit, promote, or delete users without giving them access to a higher role, such as Administrator.
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Go to “Settings > Members” to select which settings you’d like to use.
More detailed instructions are included in the plugin’s
- Why was this plugin created?
A hierarchical role system is one of the most-requested features that I’ve gotten over the years from Members’ users. Fortunately, an awesome client had me build this add-on and allowed me to release it back for free to the community.
- How do I use it?
Most things should be fairly straightforward if you’ve used Members, but I’ve included an in-depth guide in the plugin download. It’s a file called
readme.mdin the plugin folder.
You can also view the readme online.
Contributors and Developers
“Members – Role Hiearchy” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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The change log is located in the
changelog.md file in the plugin folder. You may also view the change log online.