September 29, 2020 at 5:26 pm #27677James SchrageGuest
Does BoldGrid work with private pages?September 29, 2020 at 5:30 pm #27703
Yes, you can use the Post and Page Builder for private posts and pages.
The main difference between Private and Public pages is that your readers will need to log into your website before they can view private content, but this won’t have any effect on how you build the pages.September 29, 2020 at 5:56 pm #27704James SchrageGuest
Just to be completely clear, can logged in users, if granted the capability in their role, also build and edit pages in Post and Page Builder and not just the wordpress administrator?September 29, 2020 at 6:03 pm #27706
Thanks for the clarification, sorry I misunderstood the question.
In order to use Post and Page Builder, the user needs to have the capability to edit_pages, and in your case, edit_private_pages.
Out of the default user roles that come built-in with WordPress, only Administrators and Editors have this capability. If you need to extend this capability to other user roles, I recommend using a plugin like User Role Editor that will let you add capabilites to different roles.September 29, 2020 at 6:30 pm #27707James SchrageGuest
Last question: We have a non-profit social group where retired men get together for fellowship and activities like bridge, bocce, fun golf, trap shooting, hiking, birding, biking, skiing, etc.
We would like to assign pages to specific member leaders of those activities to create, edit, and delete the content for that activity group. Not including adding or deleting other pages.
Any suggestions?September 29, 2020 at 6:39 pm #27709
Depending on how much functionality you need, you can accomplish this just by making sure that your leaders “own” the pages they’re allowed to edit (that is, they are the author of the page), and make sure that they don’t have the edit_others_pages capability.
If you’re looking for a more robust solution, you might want to check out the BuddyPress plugin, which will let you build out a fully-fledged social network for your group, with user profiles, sub-groups, friend connections, and private messaging, among many other features.
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