Close

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…

Related Articles:

[related_posts]

Latest on WordPress (LatestWP) was established in 2010 to serve the WordPress community as a reliable source of information, news, tutorials, tips, themes and plugins reviews, and more. Stay tuned with us at the following Social Media channels.

Related Post

How to Make Embedded Tweets Responsive Twitter embeds were introduced in WordPress 3.4, allowing you to insert tweets by pasting a link to that tweet on a line of its own, in you post or pa...
The Complete Guide to Using bbPress as a Support F... bbPress is a tremendous plugin that provides a complete forum system done the WordPress way. Along with simply providing a great forum system for disc...
10 WordPress Plugins That Let You Leave Notes In Y... I regularly take notes for the websites I run. Over the last few years I have used the excellent... More Articles on WordPress Admin Area

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This