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Brizy Wordpress plugin, How does Pro Version ROLES work?

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  • Permanently deleted user

    Hello,

    Thank you for contacting us.

    Regarding the role options in Brizy Wordpress please see this video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sehCvNVQ9m0

    Best regards, Nelea.

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  • Michael Storzieri

    I have seen that video and reviewed all the content I can find on Roles from the community.

    This video explains what I am trying to find and some things that may or may not be bugs.

    https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/c36FYJVtPN6

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  • KC George

    Hi Michael,

    Within the available role definitions in WordPress and Brizy, the combination of 'Editor' role in WordPress and 'Limited Access' in Brizy can serve as the best access rights for your clients. 

    The unusual behavior when trying to access the WordPress Dashboard from the Brizy editor could be because of the limited access rights you have assigned to the 'Client' role. This role may not be suitable for giving access to your clients.

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  • Michael Storzieri

    I created the "Client Role" using your Role system in Brizy Pro and set Limited Access using Brizy.

    Why would I get any "Unusual Behavior"?

    I cannot find instructions for using the Brizy Pro Roles, other than just to Type the Role's Name. Are there more settings I am missing?

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  • KC George

    Hi Michael,

    You have mentioned 

    I created the "Client Role" using your Role system in Brizy Pro

    Can you please explain in more detail how you have added the Client Role using Brizy Pro?  

     

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  • Michael Storzieri

    When I activate Brizy Pro Plugin, it adds a Roles Menu Item see in image.

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  • KC George

    Hi Michael,

    Roles under Users menu of your WordPress Dashboard would be part of an  upcoming Brizy feature. Please disregard this for now.

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  • Michael Storzieri

    Okay, that does make a lot of sense as to why it is working, but it looks like it needs some more settings to go with it.

    I think roles are of more essential items for the people like me that want to work with clients and protect them from theme selves making changes they do not understand.

    If you can let the people working on Roles, it would be great if they could have roles be able to edit the Top Admin Bar. This way, we can hide or add items.

    Thank you for all your help on this.

    Mike Storzieri

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  • A G

    I agree - this is confusing to have active and half-baked. 

    It would be nice to at least register these user roles just as subscriber, to be able to use with things like wp fusion and other role-based permission plugins for now.

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  • Permanently deleted user

    Hi A G

    Thank you for your suggestion, we will investigate these possibilities.

    Best regards,

    Nelea.

     

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  • Michael Storzieri

    Any word on the Client Roles to access each website we Agency users create?

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  • KC George

    Hi Michael,

    Users and their access to various areas of the WordPress Dashboard is a WordPress feature that can be extended using plugins. Have you taken a look at the PublishPress Capabilities – User Role Editor, Access Permissions, Admin Menus plugin, for instance, which aids in defining access privileges for different roles?

    You could explore this plugin to see how you can define a client role and his access rights within the WordPress Dashboard.

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