- February 16, 2017 at 6:35 AM #45089
where would I set (IF this is possible) restrictions for plugin User Managed Locations?
I.e. I would like a user only edit his entry / store page, but not delete or recreate it.
I have additional WordPress plugin “Role Scoper” running but can’t see what code I have to use for User Managed Locations…. is there any further docu about your plugin?
Thanks in advance!March 8, 2017 at 5:28 AM #45402
Hi? Any info about this? I tried hiding the buttons with CSS, but no success, they still show up.
I really don’t want the user to give the ability to delete his page……March 9, 2017 at 4:01 AM #45414
Hi – re this topic, I found an old post from Lance here:
This seems to be similar to our problem – see attached screenshot.
This user has rights manage_slp and manage_slp_user –
so, if I understand this correctly, manage_slp gives him full access – I don’t want this, I only want him to be able to EDIT his user entry/page (not delete, not trash, not recreate, not import, not add) anything else.
If I only give him capability “manage_slp_user” he has no access to nothing whatsoever…… there is not even a link in the left side menu to anything storelocator related…..
Help really appreciated here…….April 17, 2017 at 4:52 AM #45803
Sorry for the late reply.
This is an interesting feature you requested. At the moment, it is not possible with default set-up or configuration.
There might be a workaround however.
If you look at the UML Settings, there is an option called “Show UML buttons”. This option shows an edit button on the front-end for those locations, the logged-in user is allowed to manage. The button is a redirect to the edit screen to manage the location data as part of the SLP Locations menu.
If you could manage to disable the “Manage” option for this menu, I think you could restrict the user to only allow the edit function of his/her location. Maybe your solution to restrict only the “manage_slp_user” capability might help with this?
Hope this helps.
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