Role Scoper, a free WordPress plugin allows you to gain more control over reading and editing permissions in your WordPress site. Using this plugin you can assign restrictions and roles to your specific WordPress pages, posts and categories.
WordPress allows you to create child pages, Child Pages are those pages that are created keeping some page as their parent so that their content and category falls with in them. This makes page management easy and more useful. But sometimes you might not want to allow your users to create child pages of some particular pages created by you. For example: If you don’t want your users to create child pages for your About and Contact pages etc.
Sometimes when you make changes to any of your blog post and think of reviewing them before making them live, using default WordPress features what you can get is post revisions from the author and then upload them manually. But with Revisionary plugin you get option to save revisions to your published post and then they can get reviewed, then published later.
In last tutorial we discussed about hiding selected categories from specific user role types. Now this tutorial explains you different ways of hiding and limiting category display in your website.
When you open blogs creation for your website members then what common problem arrives is that they can create as many blogs they want and by default WordPress doesn’t provides you any feature to limit blogs per user. Well to resolve thus problem network admins use a popular WordPress plugin called Limit Blogs Per User, with this plugin you can easily limit blogs per users in your WordPress Multisite Network.