ChangeLog UpStream Advanced Permissions Extension Nulled = [1.4.2] – 2019-09-22 = * Fixed minor bugs with timezones * Fixed a bug due to caching
UpStream’s advanced permissions extension allows you to define nearly any scenario, and set your permissions to match. To do this, you create an XML document and enter it in the Advanced Permissions configuration section under UpStream settings. Remember, we’re here to help — you can contact us at any time if you need help with the XML. UpStream Advanced Permissions Extension Nulled
Getting Started with Advanced Permissions Nulled After you’ve installed the Advanced Permissions add-on, to get started with Advanced Permissions, go to your WordPress dashboard and select UpStream -> Advanced Permissions.
You will see a radio button, “Enable Advanced Permissions,” and a large code entry field, “Permissions XML.” By default, Advanced Permissions is disabled, and the standard permissions model is active. Once you’ve created your permissions XML, you can set “Enabled Advanced Permissions” to “Enabled” to use the permissions XML. UpStream Advanced Permissions Extension Nulled
UpStream Advanced Permissions Extension Nulled Features
- To set permissions for any user with a certain role, you can use the
<role>tag. The syntax is
<role slug="(enter slug here)">You can find the slug for a role using the Members plugin in Users -> Roles under the “Role” heading. (Note, this is different from the “Role Name”, which can’t be used with UpStream Advanced Permissions.) UpStream Advanced Permissions Extension Nulled
- To set permissions for an individual user by their username, you can use
<user username="(enter username here)">You can find the username in the WordPress dashboard by going to Users -> All Users and looking under the “Username” heading.
- If you know the user’s ID number, you can also set permissions for an individual user by their user ID. To do this, use
<user id="(enter user ID here)">UpStream Advanced Permissions Extension Free Download