Control the page visibility in the frontend
Select specific pages that can be viewed and used in the frontend.
Users will only be able to see certain pages in the frontend dashboard, and other pages will be blocked for the disallowed users.
This is good to simplify sections in your dashboard and restrict access to other sections.
WP-Admin Access Based on User Role
Easily block access to wp-admin based on user roles or role capabilities.
Only selected roles will have access to wp-admin to manage the WordPress site or WordPress network.
Restrict Access to Pages Based on WP Ultimo Plan
If you use WP Ultimo for your multisite platform, you can block access to certain frontend pages based on the membership plan the user has purchased.
For example, if you don’t want users with the basic plan to be able to install plugins on their sites, you can reserve that feature for users with the advanced plan only.
When users do not have the necessary permissions to view a page in the frontend, our plugin can remove the page from the dashboard menus automatically or you can redirect them to an Upgrade page to ask them to purchase a more advanced plan so they can enjoy advanced features.
Restrict User Listings based on User Role
With WP Frontend Admin, you can display the users list in the frontend so people can view and manage user profiles. Also, we have the option to restrict user listings based on user roles.
For example, user with the role “Math teacher” can only see and edit the user profiles of students with role “Math students”.
This can be used for many purposes, like allow teachers to only view their student profiles, allow project managers to only view people assigned to their teams, etc.
Restrict Post Listings Based on User Role
If you create platforms where multiple users can deliver content such as posts, pages, products, events, etc., you can block users from accessing content that was not created by them.
Users will only have access to posts, pages, products or events that they created. This will prevent users from seeing or editing content that does not belong to them. It’s a good way to separate data between user accounts.
Hide the Dashboard Pages
If you allow your users to create pages on the frontend, or manage the pages of your site in the frontend, we have the option to hide the frontend dashboard pages (the pages containing our shortcode) from the list of pages, so they will not be able to edit the dashboard pages.