Tagged: user roles
This is something I’ve been looking for some time: I want one of my site users to control everything as being a site administrator, but with no access to wp-admin.
I know I can restrict user roles access to wp-admin, but in this case I need this user to be a site admin (or similar), so he can: edit profiles, edit groups, remove activity… all the things I can do within Buddypress pages as a site administrator.
May I give an editor those privileges/capabilities?
Thanks for this great community,
- Brajesh Singh on June 9, 2016 at 6:16 pm #4168
Thank you for posting. Give the user editor role and a custom capability ‘bp_moderate’ and he should be able to moderate almost all things BuddyPress.
Hope that helps.
- Brajesh Singh on June 10, 2016 at 10:28 am #4179
It is mostly a personal preference. If you are just putting small modifications, I will suggest going with bp-custom.php.
If you are going for more customization and need flexibility, writing a plugin is better option to manage all codes(You can create modules/files for each component specific functionality to keep things managed in the plugin).
- Brajesh Singh on June 10, 2016 at 12:00 pm #4185
sure. Please go ahead and post it in the forums.
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