Each user has its own capabilities like author can only publish and edit its own posts where as an editor gets the charge of all published content, subscribers can only comment and administrators have the complete charge of website. However, if you are working on your client’s website then in that sometimes you like removing and adding certain permissions to user roles, create new user roles etc as per the demand of your client. Other than this website owners running a multi-author blogging site, also sometimes require editing capabilities of certain user roles or create some new user roles with custom capabilities. Whatsoever may be the reason. In this tutorial we are providing you a list of three cool plugin you can use for creating and editing user roles. All plugins are good and tested on recent WordPress release of 3.8.1.
The tutorial is on adding a new Webmaster user role which comes in between your site Administrator and Editor. This user is same as site Administrator but it excludes some capabilities like managing plugins, changing themes. Users with this role will not be able to install or activate any theme or plugin. They can change the widgets, edit theme options like background, header images etc if your theme provides and do all other things which a site admin does.