User Role Editor WordPress plugin – Change roles easily

User Role Editor - plugin for WordPress

User Role Editor

User Role Editor WordPress plugin allows you to change standard WordPress user roles capabilities with easiness of a few mouse 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 and tune your own custom roles which you can assign to the users then. You can create new role as a copy of existing one. Delete self-made roles. Change defaul user role.
Multi-site support is provided.

Why it could be necessary? Let’s suppose you wish that your multi-authored blog contributors upload their own graphics to use in their posts. WordPress “contributor” role has no such capability by default. In such situation you have needed to change user role capabilities manually using SQL client as I described at “How to change wordpress user role capabilities” post, if you have enough knowledge in that field. But what to do if you have not?

Good news – This task is simple now, just use this plugin

User Role Editor

The latest version: 4.14.3. Quant of downloads: 1284420

Take a look at the “User Role Editor” plugin main form screenshot:
User Role Editor main form

  • Select a role you wish to change from the drop down list at the top. Page will be refreshed automatically and show you the capabilities list for the selected role. Make your corrections, check/uncheck correspondent check boxes and click “Update” button to save your changes. If you wish to apply this change for all sites of your multi-site WordPress network, turn on “Apply to All Sites” check box at the top of the form before press “Update”.
  • If you prefer to see capabilities names in form e.g. ‘Edit pages’ instead of WordPress ‘edit_pages’ standard form turn on the “Show capabilities in human readable form” checkbox at the right top corner of the main form. Move mouse over capability name and you will see its alternative form name.
  • According to WordPress Codex User Levels were introduced in WordPress 1.5, they were replaced by Roles and Capabilities in WordPress 2.0, and were finaly deprecated in WordPress 3.0. Thus you can hide them in order they do not mess you in your work with roles. Keep “Show deprecated capabilities” check box at the to right corner of the form unchecked for that. If for any reason you need to see user levels, turn on that check box.
  • If you don’t wish to save changes you can click “Cancel” button.
  • If you are needed to restore roles capabilities you have before your or installed plugins made 1st modification to them, use “Reset” button. “User Role Editor” will restore roles and capabilities to its clean state. You will get roles stuff just after WordPress installation. Be very careful with this operation as you will definitely lose any changes you or your plugins made to user roles from the time of fresh WordPress installation. Consider to make backup copy of your database before proceed with “Reset” operation.

In order to add/remove your custom role, change default role for new user, add/remove custom user capability use “User Role Editor” management boxes, look on screenshot below:
User Role Editor custom roles and capabilities management boxes

  • If you need your own custom role, create it with “Add New Role” feature. Input new role name into input text field at “Add New Role” box, select existing role from drop-down list if you wish to use its capabilities as starting point for further work and click “Add” button. Remember that you can use latin letters, digits and an “_” underscore sign in your role names. Subscriber role is copied by default if you don’t select such role yourself.
  • Unnecessary self-made role can be deleted with “Delete Role” box. Select role and click “Delete” button for it. Only your self-made roles appears in the role list to delete. If some of your own roles is assigne to the user or selected as default role for new users it will not be appeared in the list for deletion.
  • Select the role which you wish to use as default for any new created user from the list at “Default Role for New User” box. Click “Change” button to save your changes.
  • Use “Add New Capability” box in order to add new user capability. Remember you can use only latin alphabet letters, digits and underscore sign in the capability name. How to use new added user capability? Turn it on in the role you select and check if current user has such capability in your plugin or active theme functions.php file. For example,
     if (!current_user_can('some_capability_you_added')) {
       echo "You don't have permission for it!";
  • If you need delete custom capability added by you or some of your old plugins, which you don’t use anymore use “Delete Capability” box. “User Role Editor” doesn’t allow to delete built-in WordPress capabilities.

With help of “User Role Editor” you can assign additional capabilities directly to the users. Open users list by click on the “All Users” link at the “Users” submenu. Find needed user, move mouse pointer to his name and click “Capabilities” link as on screenshot below:
User Capabilities Editor link
At the form opened you can assign to user another role and/or add to him capabilities which not included to his role:

Change User Capabilities

Change User Capabilities

You can not turn off capabilities included to the role assigned to this user. You can add/remove other capabilities. They will be applied directly to the user as you click the “Update” button. If you wish to built a fully custom capabilities set for this user, without limitation of any role, select “No role for this site” from drop-down list at the top and make it.

Do you need more functionality with premium support in real time? Do you wish remove advertisements from User Role Editor pages?
Buy Pro version. It includes extra modules:

  • Block selected admin menu items for role.
  • “Export/Import” module. You can export user roles to the local file and import them then to any WordPress site or other sites of the multi-site WordPress network.
  • Roles and Users permissions management via Network Admin for multisite configuration. One click Synchronization to the whole network.
  • Per posts/pages users access management to post/page editing functionality.
  • Per plugin users access management for plugins activate/deactivate operations.
  • Per form users access management for Gravity Forms plugin.
  • Shortcode to show enclosed content to the users with selected roles only.
  • Posts and pages view restrictions for selected roles.

Pro version is advertisement free. Premium support is provided by plugin author Vladimir Garagulya. You will get an answer on your question not once a week, but in 24 hours or quicker.

User Role Editor

For more information about WordPress user roles please read these articles
- WordPress Admin Menu Permissions;
- WordPress user capabilities;
- activate_plugins WordPress user capability;
- edit_dashboard WordPress user capability;
- Delete posts and pages WordPress user capabilities set;
- delete_plugins WordPress user capability;
- moderate_comments WordPress user capability;
- Roles and Capabilities article at;


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Dear plugin User,
if you wish to help me with this plugin translation I very appreciate it. Please contact me via Contact form and I will answer you by email. Do not forget include your site link in order I can show it with greetings for the translation help at, plugin settings page and in this readme.txt file. If you have better translation for some phrases send it to me. You are welcome!
Former translators! Please check your translations and provide the updated files corresponding to the current version of URE plugin.

Special Thanks to

  • Lorenzo Nicoletti – for the code enhancement suggestion CUSTOM_USER_META_TABLE constant is used now for more compatibility with core WordPress API.
  • Marcin – For the code enhancement. This contribution allows to not lose new custom capability if it is added to other than ‘Administrator’ role.
  • FullThrottle – for the code to hide administrator role at admin backend.

You are welcome! Help me with bugs catching, share with me new ideas about plugin further development and link to your site will appear above.

Recent donations for this plugin developement

Change Log


  • 25.07.2014
  • Integer "1" as default capability value for new added empty role was excluded for the better compatibility with WordPress core. Boolean "true" is used instead as WordPress itself does.
  • Integration with Gravity Forms permissions system was enhanced for WordPress multisite.


  • 18.07.2014
  • The instance of main plugin class User_Role_Editor is available for other developers now via $GLOBALS['user_role_editor']
  • Compatibility issue with the theme "WD TechGoStore" is resolved. This theme loads its JS and CSS stuff for admin backend uncoditionally - for all pages. While the problem is caused just by CSS URE unloads all this theme JS and CSS for optimizaiton purpose for WP admin backend pages where conflict is possible.


  • 13.06.2014
  • MySQL query optimizing to reduce memory consumption. Thanks to SebastiaanO.
  • Extra WordPress nonce field was removed from the post at main role editor page to exclude nonce duplication.
  • Minor code enhancements.
  • Fixes for some missed translations.


  • 16.05.2014
  • Persian translation was added. Thanks to Morteza.


  • 22.04.2014
  • Bug was fixed. It had prevented bulk move users without role (--No role for this site--) to the selected role in case such users were shown more than at one WordPress Users page.
  • Korean translation was added. Thanks to Taek Yoon.
  • Pro version update notes:
  • Use new "Admin Menu" button to block selected admin menu items for role. You need to activate this module at the "Additional Modules". This feature is useful when some of submenu items are restricted by the same user capability, e.g. "Settings" submenu, but you wish allow to user work just with part of it. You may use "Admin Menu" dialog as the reference for your work with roles and capabilities as "Admin Menu" shows what user capability restrict access to what admin menu item.
  • Posts/Pages edit restriction feature does not prohibit to add new post/page now. Now it should be managed via 'create_posts' or 'create_pages' user capabilities.
  • If you use Posts/Pages edit restriction by author IDs, there is no need to add user ID to allow him edit his own posts or page. Current user is added to the allowed authors list automatically.
  • New tab "Additional Modules" was added to the User Role Editor options page. As per name all options related to additional modules were moved there.


  • 06.04.2014
  • Single-site: It is possible to bulk move users without role (--No role for this site--) to the selected role or automatically created role "No rights" without any capabilities. Get more details at
  • Plugin uses for dialogs jQuery UI CSS included into WordPress package.
  • Pro version: It is possible to restrict editing posts/pages by its authors user ID (targeted user should have edit_others_posts or edit_others_pages capability).
  • Pro version, multi-site: Superadmin can setup individual lists of themes available for activation to selected sites administrators.
  • Pro version, Gravity Forms access restriction module was tested and compatible with Gravity Forms version 1.8.5


  • 15.02.2014
  • Security enhancement: WordPress text translation functions were replaced with more secure esc_html__() and esc_html_e() variants.
  • Pro version: It is possible to restrict access to the post or page content view for selected roles. Activate the option at plugin "Settings" page and use new "Content View Restrictions" metabox at post/page editor to setup content view access restrictions.
  • Pro version: Gravity Forms access management module was updated for compatibility with Gravity Forms version 1.8.3. If you need compatibility with earlier Gravity Forms versions, e.g. 1.7.9, use User Role Editor version 4.9.


  • 19.01.2014
  • New tab "Default Roles" was added to the User Role Editor settings page. It is possible to select multiple default roles to assign them automatically to the new registered user.
  • CSS and dialog windows layout various enhancements.
  • 'members_get_capabilities' filter was applied to provide better compatibility with themes and plugins which may use it to add its own user capabilities.
  • jQuery UI CSS was updated to version 1.10.4.
  • Pro version: Option was added to download jQuery UI CSS from the jQuery CDN.
  • Pro version: Bug was fixed: Plugins activation assess restriction section was not shown for selected user under multi-site environment.


  • 10.12.2013
  • Role ID validation rule was added to prohibit numeric role ID - WordPress does not support them.
  • Plugin "Options" page was divided into sections (tabs): General, Multisite, About. Section with information about plugin author, his site, etc. was moved from User Role Editor main page to its "Options" page - "About" tab.
  • HTML markup was updated to provide compatibility with upcoming WordPress 3.8 new administrator backend theme "MP6".
  • Restore previous blog 'switch_to_blog($old_blog_id)' call was replaced to 'restore_current_blog()' where it is possible to provide better compatibility with WordPress API. After use 'switch_to_blog()' in cycle, URE clears '_wp_switched_stack' global variable directly instead of call 'restore_current_blog()' inside the cycle to work faster.
  • Pro version: It is possible to restrict access of single sites administrators to the selected user capabilities and Add/Delete role operations inside User Role Editor.
  • Pro version: Shortcode [user_role_editor roles="none"]text for not logged in users[/user_role_editor] is available. Recursive processing of other shortcodes inside enclosed text is available now.
  • Pro version: Gravity Forms available at "Export Entries", "Export Forms" pages is under URE access restriction now, if such one was set for the user.
  • Pro version: Gravity Forms import was set under "gravityforms_import" user capability control.
  • Pro version: Option was added to show/hide help links (question signs) near the capabilities from single site administrators.


  • 04.11.2013
  • "Delete Role" menu has "Delete All Unused Roles" menu item now.
  • More detailed warning was added before fulfill "Reset" roles command in order to reduce accident use of this critical operation.
  • Bug was fixed at Ure_Lib::reset_user_roles() method. Method did not work correctly for the rest sites of the network except the main blog.
  • Pro version: Post/Pages editing restriction could be setup for the user by one of two modes: 'Allow' or 'Prohibit'.
  • Pro version: Shortcode [user_role_editor roles="role1, role2, ..."]bla-bla[/user_role_editor] for posts and pages was added. You may restrict access to content inside this shortcode tags this way to the users only who have one of the roles noted at the "roles" attribute.
  • Pro version: If license key was installed it is shown as asterisks at the input field.
  • Pro version: In case site domain change you should input license key at the Settings page again.


  • 21.10.2013
  • Multi-site: 'unfiltered_html' capability marked as deprecated one. Read this post for more information (
  • Multi-site: 'manage_network%' capabilities were included into WordPress core capabilities list.
  • On screen help was added to the "User Role Editor Options" page - click "Help" at the top right corner to read it.
  • Bug fix: turning off capability at the Administrator role fully removed that capability from capabilities list.
  • Various internal code enhancements.
  • Information about GPLv2 license was added to show apparently - "User Role Editor" is licensed under GPLv2 or later.
  • Pro version only: Multi-site: Assign roles and capabilities to the users from one point at the Network Admin. Add user with his permissions together to all sites of your network with one click.
  • Pro version only: 'wp-content/uploads' folder is used now instead of plugin's own one to process file with importing roles data.
  • Pro version only: Bug fix: Nonexistent method was called to notify user about folder write permission error during roles import.

Click here to look at the full list of changes of User Role Editor plugin.


- Does it work in multi-site environment?
Yes, it works with multi-site installation. By default plugin works for every blog from your multi-site network as for locally installed blog without multi-site feature.

URE Multi-site feature

URE Multi-site feature

To update selected role globally for all Network you should turn on the “Apply to All Sites” checkbox.

- How to duplicate my custom created roles from main blog of my multi-site network to new created one?
“User Role Editor” makes it for you automatically. As new blog added to your network, “User Role Editor” copies full roles staff from your main blog to the new created one.

- Why administrators of single site of multi-site network do not see “User Role Editor” under “Users” menu?
URE is disabled for single site administrator by default. If you wish to enable it for single site adminitstrator add this line of code into your blog wp-config.php file


- I have large multi-site network. After click “Update” button with “Save to all sites” checkbox turned on nothing is happened. I got the blank page.
It is PHP script execution time limit problem. Other network update method is available as alternative from version 3.5. Due to my tests it works approximately 30 times faster. Try it. It will be great, if you share your experience with me. In order to select alternative method of all sites update add this line to you blog wp-config.php file


It does nothing automatically, just select other algorithm when you press “Update” with “Apply to All Sites” checkbox turned on next time.
If you define WP_DEBUG equal to 1 or true constant in wp-config.php file, URE with this directive shows update execution time in milliseconds as additional technical information.

- How to edit “Administrator” role? I don’t see it in the roles drop down list.
“Administrator” role is hidden from the roles drop down list by default.
You can see/edit “Administrator” role starting from version 3.4. Insert this line of code

  define('URE_SHOW_ADMIN_ROLE', 1);

into your wp-config.php file and login with administrator account for that.
If for any reason your “Administrator” role missed some capabilities added by plugins or themes, you can fix that now. But be careful with changing “Administrator” role, do not turn off accidentally some critical capabilities to not block your admin users.

- Does it work with WordPress versions prior 3.0?
Starting from version 2.2 plugin works with WordPress 3.0 and higher only. For earlier WordPress versions use plugin version 2.1.10


I am ready to answer on your questions about this plugin usage and help with possible problems. Use User Role Editor plugin forum or this page comments and site contact form for that please.


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  • Bea

    Excellent .. Thanks so much again.

    Free version – apply to all sites — does this apply to created sites already – ie does it also apply to any newly created sites After the creation

  • jimlongo

    Hi, thanks for this plugin it works great right out of the box.
    Question: how could I add a custom_capability that allowed a certain role to be able to edit menus but no other aspects of Appearance?

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    WordPress uses the same capability ‘edit_theme_options’ for all those menu items. It is not possible with just adding new custom capability. Look on the “Admin Menu Editor” plugin. It allows to change capabilities assigned to the menu items. So you may assign new custom capability to selected menu item.

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    I missed somehow your question…
    Free version has the feature – any new created blog gets all roles from the main blog automatically.

  • Abrar Kaderin

    awesome.. thanks a lot.. just as i wanted.. :D

  • Harmeet

    hi every one i want to set editor can add pop up plugin pop with fancybox how it’s possible

  • greekdish

    WordPress v3.8…I do not see the Apply to All Sites checkbox at the top.

  • Inge Anderson

    Thank you for linking to this FAQ right in the Network-Admin interface for this plugin! And thanks for a great plugin!

  • Miguel A.

    Got the Administrator in the drop-down menu after modifying wp-config.php, and both edit_users and add_new_users is checked off, yet I still can’t do either. Please help! Thanks!

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    What do you try to achieve?

  • Miguel A.

    Administrator role to be able to add new users (not just existing) and edit roles of users within the child site of a network.

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    create_users capability allows to add new users. Why do you play with capabilities? They all should be included into administrator role.

  • Henk Petter

    Hello Vladimir,
    When i want to add a role or a capability no pop up window appears. Just the button glows up white but nothing happens. I am running a multisite network and have made myself Network Super Admin using User Role Editor. Can you tell me what to do?

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    User Role Editor uses jQuery to show add role dialog. If pop up dialog window does not open some JavaScript error took place probably. Please check JavaScript console at your browser. The probable reason – conflict with some other plugin.

  • M

    Hello Vladimir – WordPress Contributors can edit their own profile which will then show up on their profile page. I’d like them to Not have that capability, so I can add and modify and control it only as admin. How do I do that? Thanks!

  • Vladimir Garagulya


    Do you wish hide “Profile” menu item from them or just block selected profile input fields for editing and leave ability to change password, for example?

  • M

    I’d like to try either option – I could use them both.

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    OK. I will prepare and publish this weekend special post about how to achieve that.

  • Vladimir Garagulya
  • Bodhi McGee

    Hello, a pre sales question. Can i create a new user role and then hide specific plugins from all other roles? eg. you dont want to show “Hello Dolly” plugin to users except your custom one, but you want all users to still have access to the rest of the Plugins in admin menu. Possible? Thanks, Bodhi

  • Vladimir Garagulya


    If you need to hide for some role the specific submenu or menu item added by plugin, it is possible with some additional code, like this
    I may help you customize it for specific plugin under the terms of Pro version support.
    Or you may look on the “Admin Menu Editor” plugin, which you may use in conjunction with User Role Editor.


  • Jim Rudnick

    Am giving this plugin a try…but it appears that no matter how I try to DELETE a role – it appears in the dropdowns forever. What am I missing? Oh, latest WP and running the Fundify Crowdfunding theme with Stripe payments by EDD….they recommended I give the plugin a try…

  • Daniel Griffin

    Hi, please could you respond to my question on the support forum. (adding new pages) Thanks.

  • Vladimir Garagulya
  • Autorall Brazil

    Hi, Vladimir. I’m testing your plugin and it looks awesome, but I have a question. I’m trying unsuccesfully to set a specific role for a user, and that is : Appereance > Menus, i.e: I need that this user (my client, on this case), be able to edit the MENUS of the WP theme.
    That’s all I need. Thank you in advance and congratulations for your work.

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    Thanks. Look at the admin menu blocking module of the User Role Editor Pro version
    You may achieve your goal with a few clicks using it.

    In case you do not wish to buy Pro version these post may help:

  • Autorall Brazil

    You’re the man. Thank you!

  • Terri Grover

    Just installed the plugin, but it does not work. In settings, when I click I briefly see the full page of settings and then it instantly disappears. What am I doing wrong?

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    I suppose you may have some JavaScript error on your wp-admin, which could prevent jQuery to load properly. Please check JavaScript Console at Google Chrome (F12). Do you see any error messages their?

  • irmen

    I’m using your fine plugin, thank you very much!
    My problem is:
    I made a customfield with the modul “types”. I can see that field(in the backend), if I am an Administrator. But when I am logged in as a member, I can’t see the custom field (in the backend).

    So I tried to find out, which capabilitiy makes the difference.
    And I found, if I give my member the “level10″ AND “Manage options”, then I see the field as a member.
    But then I’m able to manage all the options, and that should only be able for the administrator.
    Can you give an advise to me, how to handle this?

    I send the capabillities for the members.
    WP version: 3.2.1.
    User role editor version: Version 3.6.2

    Thank you very much!

  • Patty


    Can I create a capability to edit a single specific page? I’m a novice at code. If you can show me how this is possible I will buy your premium support for future questions.
    Thank you.

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    Hi Patty,

    It is not the question of just a new user capability creation. Some additional coding is needed. This feature is realized in the Pro version of User Role editor:


  • bloggista

    Hi Vladimir, looks like a great plugin. HOw about retricting certain Theme or Plugin options? Any thoughts?

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    If you know PHP it is possible with additional code, look on this posts:

    With admin menu blocking module of User Role Editor Pro may resolve this task more comfortably:

  • Mark Wall

    Hiya! Is User Role Editor BuddyPress compatible, and if not could it be used on a sub-site of a Network that has BuddyPress on the main site?
    Thanks Vladimir!

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    Hi Mark,
    I did not test URE with BuddyPress myself, but i have no any reports about problems between them from plugin users either.
    Yes, you may activate URE for the subsite only. It will not influence to the main site. WordPress stores roles and user capabilities separately for every site of the network.

  • Umakanth

    I have Installed this Plugin in my WordPress and created Roles which i need for my application.I have one site from there users will register, once he register that user will created in Wrodpress.But Role name is not displaying.Please screen shot

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    If you create WordPress users with custom code you should assign the needed role to the user directly in that code.
    Check what role is set as default for WordPress also.

  • Umakanth Nune

    Yes, Based on Registration Process i am assigning the Role.But i am not correct output

  • Cdrice

    Hello, i’m looking to buy your plugin with lifetime licence, but before that, i’ve a few questions :
    I’d like to create an admin user who can create other users et define roles and modify only specific pages.
    The users he will create would be for a restricted acces of some pages, like “user 1″ can see “page 1″ , “user 2″ can see the whole restricted pages, “user 3″ can see “page 1 and page 3″, ..
    So when the user click a link ” retricted area” and log in, he will be able to see the pages definied for him.
    Last thing is an automatic delete or disable access of those users created after 30 days.

    We actually have a joomla website, and it can be done with it, i’d like it to be the same.

    Will i be able to do that, with a few knowledge of developpement ?

    Thx, and sorry for my bad english..

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    I assume this mistake: check if you use role ID (customer) not the role name (Customer) in your code.

  • Vladimir Garagulya

    >> I’d like to create an admin user who can create other users et define roles and modify only specific pages.
    It is possible with Pro version.

    >> The users he will create would be for a restricted acces of some pages, like “user 1″ can see “page 1″ , “user 2″ can see the whole restricted pages, “user 3″ can see “page 1 and page 3″, ..
    So when the user click a link ” retricted area” and log in, he will be able to see the pages definied for him.
    It is possible with Pro version. You define what roles can view the post. User with other role will get 404 (not found) error for the restricted posts.

    >> Last thing is an automatic delete or disable access of those users created after 30 days.
    Pro version does not include such functionality. Look at this plugin
    It is free. I think you may build needed functionality using User Role Editor Pro and Paid Membership Pro in conjunction: restrict special admin user with URE Pro and restrict view access to the posts for users with Paid Membership Pro.

  • Austin

    I was using this plugin to expand the “Editor” capabilities, but soon realized I needed to actually create a new type of user role to meet my needs. When I was using the plugin to change the “editor” capabilities I had no issues, but after creating the new “subadmin” role, myself and the newly added “subadmins” noticed that we keep getting logged out of wordpress rather frequently. Is this a problem you’ve seen before? Is there anything we can do to prevent this?


  • tullius3

    Hello, with the plugin can I create users who can:

    1) only edit specific pages and not have access to any other area of the dashboard
    2) only create posts to specific categories?

    In essence I want to be able to have users who can log in and only post to one specific category. For example, a user1 would log in and they would go to New Post, create their post, be able to upload an image to the post, publish it and it would be publish automatically under category “user1″. The same would be true for user2 and user3, etc.

  • tullius3


    Does your plugin allow the following:

    I am in need of having the ability to create users who:

    1) are only able to edit a specific page and not have any other access to the dashboard (plugins, settings, etc)

    2) users who are only able to create posts in a specific category and not have any other access to the dashboard (plugins, settings, etc)

    Ideally the user would log in and only be able to create a new post and then once they hit publish, it would automatically post in the category they are assigned to.

    Thank you

  • Vladimir Garagulya


    1) Yes, it is possible. User Role Editor Pro ( allows to restrict selected user access for editing for the giving list of pages or posts. Custom post types are not supported currently. Special module allows to block user access to the selected admin menu items. So finally user may have access to the Pages and Profile menu only.
    2) There is no support for automatic posting to the specific category in URE plugin. It is possible to produce custom piece of code which will provide such feature on the per role base. Starting point is this post
    I may help you with this after purchase of User Role Editor Pro subscription.


  • Vladimir Garagulya

    Hi Austin,

    I did not see this problem before. WordPress remembers user authentication via cookie. It is not related to the role assigned to the user, until you install some special plugin. If you do not use some special plugin managing user access period for standard roles only, then the problem could be related to the user browser settings. You may try this recipe
    to prolong user authentication period.


  • versusbassz

    Добрый день, Владимир.

    На странице редактирования пользователя в самом низу плагин размещает ссылку на редактирование прав этого пользователя (доп.роли, возможности и т.д.). В русском переводе текст этой ссылки – “Редактор”.
    Который раз когда пробегаю мимо неё, ловлю себя на мысли что именно такая фраза несколько двояка для данной ссылки, т.к. мне например всё время кажется, что у этого пользователя есть роль “Редактор” и мне предлагается как-то её отредактировать или что-то подобное. Особенно, думаю, это будет проявлятся для людей, которые только начинают использовать ваш плагин.

    Вообщем, мысль проста – изменить текст в ссылке с “Редактор” на “Редактировать”.

  • Vladimir Garagulya


    Спасибо. Принято. Опубликую изменённый перевод с ближайшим обновлением.