It is not the first time that we talk about Profiles and Capabilities in WordPress I have even talked about how to manage them, but I thought that we had to give a little more light in this matter, and for that I have created a table in which you will understand better what each type of user can do in WordPress for the capacities assigned to it.
As you already know, native WordPress capacity management is not the best of the world, and surely more than once you've wanted to assign extra capabilities to a profile without having many others (you just have to look at the table in the huge jump that there is of Author to Editor ), and since everything has a solution, if this is the case, how will you best take advantage of the information in this table, and you will be able to properly manage profiles and capabilities in WordPress I recommend you use the plugin Members which supplements ta lack.
Well, here is the table, I hope it helps to clarify a bit this issue of the Profiles and Capabilities in WordPress . Its use is simple, on the left you have the list of capabilities with its explanation to its right, and in the column of each type of User Profile if there is a logo in the cell it has the capacity of the first column …
If you have a collaborative site, it's a good idea to leave messages to the rest of the authors of your WordPress . You can do it in many ways but a very simple one, for messages that you want to have always present, would be the following:
There are two variables that you can / should change. The first, obviously, is the text to be displayed, and the second is what kind of users, depending on their capabilities will see the message, in this case the author's profile (
edit_posts ]), you can even use several messages depending on the type of user profile.
Today I read with joy in José's blog some proofs he has done with the preview version of bbPress as a plugin and the truth is that it looks good.
The whole process seems to me still too precarious, but it works as you can see in the demo that you have mounted.
Yes, I do not recommend it to impatient people, it still has many inconveniences, like there is no adapted topics, integration of access and more problems that you can find, but saved the pitfalls at the end works, which is what matters.
In my case, before migrating, apart from waiting for the stable version, I have to inform me about the possible migration, something Matt said it would be, not possible, but easy, but I'll have to wait for something else.
Well, if someone is encouraged, they can try – assuming the risks – bbPress 2.0 in pre-Alpha version .
WordPress 3.1.2 is now available, a security update that solves several bugs found in version 3.1.1.
You can install it from your WordPress Desktop if it is already available (depends on the location of your server) or download it from the official site .
The theme is like a TwentyTen with steroids, incorporating features that you're sure to love as …
If you want to experiment with what will be the new WordPress default theme, you can upload it to WordPress.com or download it in its current version of the trac. It looks great, and fantastic possibilities.
Let us know Matt who have suffered a important attack that has compromised WordPress.com servers at the level of "root" that is, super-administrator, or in other words someone has gone into the kitchen.
The bad thing about this irruption is that you do not know what the possible scope of it is, because when you enter that level you can access everything, absolutely everything, and nothing is certain you just depend on the intentions of the attacker.
Matt alleges that they are making changes to prevent this from happening again but the reality is that they have a delicate streak in security issues, we assume that at the server level.
I just hope that you can buttress WordPress.com to avoid compromising the incredible rise of this service, better and better.
If you have already updated to WordPress 3.1 now it's time for you to do it to WordPress 3.1.1 an essential security update (and more):