What are WordPress user roles?
In WordPress, a “user” is someone who has login access to your website. “User role” is a term describing the different levels of access people have on your site. You can think of user roles like the levels of access people have at a school.
How do I find user roles in WordPress?
To get the current user role in WordPress you need first to check if the user is logged in then use the wp_get_current_user() function to retrieve the data about the roles.
How do I add people to WordPress?
Adding a new user to your WordPress website
- Log in to WordPress (yourdomain.com/wp-admin).
- Click Users > Add New.
- Enter a Username (required).
- Enter an Email (required).
- Select the Role for the new user.
- Click Add New User.
How do I set a default role in WordPress?
To do so, log into your site’s admin area (http://yoursite.com/wp-login.php) and then navigate to Plugins > Add New using the sidebar menu. From the Add Plugins screen, enter ‘WPFront User Role Editor’ in the search field and then install the first item listed in the results.
How do you define user roles and permissions?
A permission is the right to access one or more system objects. A role is a group of permissions. Roles can be assigned to any user or user group, and a user or user group can have more than one role.
How do I approve users on WordPress?
To activate WordPress user approval from the wp-admin dashboard, you can go to Profile Builder → Settings and turn the Admin Approval feature on.
How do you define user roles?
A role is a database object that groups together one or more privileges and can be assigned to users. A user that is assigned a role receives all of the privileges of that role. A user can have multiple roles. A role hierarchy is also supported.