With the new Dashboard UI, it is quick and easy to manage multiple roles and capabilities. From here, you will be able to create and assign a role with the capability to publish an article, manage contacts and menus, as well as see the details about users and handle the IP addresses of visitors.
Give your site some usability improvements by using the Gutenberg WordPress editor to validate available content. The Validate Content live preview feature is now included with the Gutenberg plugin, and you can preview content for errors, which you can resolve before leaving.
The default capabilities of the Hogehoge role are added to all users by the GP_User_Administration plugin. However, you can remove them simply by removing them from the Existing roles section in the Capabilities page. If you make any changes to your role, you will need to update the plugin to remove it.
Permissions for authors to manage comments, edit an author’s own profile and manage posts are provided by the add-on that comes with the WordPress core. You’ll need to use the plugin to modify those permissions. If you’d rather not use the plugin, you can disable it and create new user roles via the WordPress user management interface. The default options are stored for all roles. To add a new group of permissions, click the gray button next to permissions in the sidebar and select the new role from the drop-down. This lets you grant new capabilities to users and admins in one fell swoop.
PublishPress is able to add and remove author, user and role capabilities. It is also able to create a new role and change those capabilities, albeit inadvertently adding a capability that is not in the list of options. To modify author capabilities, visit Users > User Permissions. From there, you can enable or disable the capability and create new roles to give permissions in the new capabilities. To do so in the WordPress user interface itself: d2c66b5586