August 13, 2012

Building a WordPress Admin Interface for Roles and Capabilities

This is a four-part series tutorial covering the WordPress users, roles and capabilities topic. The series will cover the architecture and design of user roles in WordPress; highlight the most important functions for interacting with users and managing roles and capabilities; and in the last two articles, we are going…

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