Access plugin lets you control what sections different user roles can reach in the WordPress admin and on the front-end. You can create your own custom roles and choose exactly what administration capabilities they have on the site. When you ask for help or report issues, make sure to tell us the roles that you want to create and the desired capabilities of these roles.
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Restrict wp-admin and top admin bar to specific roles
Problem: I would like to restrict access to wp-admin and the top admin bar using Access and roles.
Solution: You must use custom code to restrict access to the top admin bar and wp-admin.
|2||2 months, 3 weeks ago|
Link to My Account page is not working
Problem: I have a signup page created with a signup form, and I would also like to display a link to the My Account page so existing Users can log in instead of registering. The link to the My Account page is not working.
Solution: Be sure to link to the My Account page and not the Content Template ID applied to the My Account page.
|2||3 months ago|
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Front-end Forms User field access controls
Problem: I have applied Access Controls to User Field Groups, but the restrictions do not seem to be applied in front-end User Forms.
Solution: Access Control for User fields only applies in wp-admin. If you'd like to restrict access to specific content based on User roles, you can use Access Control shortcodes.
So to display different Forms to different User roles, you could do something like this:
[toolset_access role="role1" operator="allow"][cred_user_form form='edit-user-role1'][/toolset_access] [toolset_access role="role2" operator="allow"][cred_user_form form='edit-user-role2'][/toolset_access]
You could do something similar directly inside the Form to show or hide input fields if you prefer to use one Form. You must use Expert Mode to edit the Form shortcodes. This example only shows these two fields to users in the role "role1":
[toolset_access role="role1" operator="allow"] <div class="form-group"> <label>[cred_i18n name='user-birthdate-label']user birthdate[/cred_i18n]</label> [cred_field field='user-birthdate' force_type='field' class='form-control' output='bootstrap'] </div> <div class="form-group"> <label>[cred_i18n name='user-image-1-label']user image 1[/cred_i18n]</label> [cred_field field='user-image-1' force_type='field' class='form-control' output='bootstrap' previewsize='thumbnail'] </div> [/toolset_access]
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