User Role Editor Pro: Customize User Capabilities and Roles in WordPress

User Role Editor Pro 4.64.2 NULLED

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Vladimir Garagulya

User Role Editor Pro is a comprehensive WordPress plugin that allows you to easily manage and customize user roles, capabilities, and permissions on your WordPress website. It offers a wide range of options, tools, and features, providing an unparalleled level of control over user access and privileges.

Key features of User Role Editor Pro include:

  1. Custom User Roles & Capabilities: Edit any existing role, create new ones, and fill selected roles with the capabilities you need.
  2. Admin Menu Control: Block selected admin menu items on a per-role basis.
  3. Front-End Menu Control: Show front-end menu items for everyone, logged-in users, logged-in users with selected roles, or not logged-in visitors only.
  4. Widget & Sidebar Control: Manage what widgets and sidebars are shown for what role.
  5. Meta Box Control: Block access to selected meta boxes (dashboard, posts, pages, custom post types) for roles.
  6. Plugin Access Control: Per plugin access for roles and users with activate_plugins capability.
  7. Export & Import User Roles: Allows for easy replication of roles across different sites.
  8. Multi-Site Support: Manage roles and users for all sites at Network Admin from one point.

Review

User Role Editor Pro is a powerful plugin that offers extensive functionality for managing user roles and capabilities in WordPress. It’s a tool that can significantly enhance the user management system of any WordPress website.

Pros

  • Comprehensive Role Management: The plugin allows you to create, clone, activate, delete, and assign custom roles and capabilities.
  • Granular Control: It provides detailed control over user access to admin menus, widgets, meta boxes, plugins, and more.
  • Multi-Site Support: The plugin offers robust multi-site support, allowing you to manage roles across all sites from a single point.

Cons

  • Learning Curve: The plugin’s extensive features may be overwhelming for beginners.
  • Price: While the plugin offers a free version, some of the more advanced features are only available in the Pro version.

Summary

In conclusion, User Role Editor Pro is an excellent tool for anyone looking to gain more control over their WordPress user roles and capabilities. Its extensive feature set provides granular control over user access and privileges. While it may have a bit of a learning curve for beginners, its benefits far outweigh this minor drawback. If you’re looking for a way to enhance your WordPress user management system, User Role Editor Pro is definitely worth considering.

= [4.64.2] 26.03.2024 =

  • Core version: 4.64.2
  • Update: Marked as compatible with WordPress 6.5
  • Update: Content view restrictions add-on: historically if field “For users” was empty, URE applies “Selected Roles” to the existing post (in case it was not assigned yet), but a default value set by user at URE Settings is applied in both cases, for new added and existing posts.
  • Fix: Posts/pages edit restrictions add-on: endless recursion calls issue (conflict with “The Events Calendar” plugin) was fixed.
More detail
  • Fix: Admin menu access add-on:
    • full URL (including domain) was used for some menu items. For this reason checkboxes of such menu items may lose selection in case of replication of admin menu restrictions to all subsites under WP multisite. Re-check your admin menu access settings just in case mentioned menu items became unchecked after this update.
    • strpos(): Passing null to parameter #1 ($haystack) of type string is deprecated in /wp-content/plugins/user-role-editor-pro/pro/includes/classes/admin-menu-view.php on line 253
  • Fix: wp-admin pages permissions viewer: Undefined array key -1 in /wp-content/plugins/user-role-editor-pro/pro/includes/classes/page-permissions-view.php on line 137
  • Fix: Deprecated: explode(): Passing null to parameter #2 ($string) of type string is deprecated in wp-content/plugins/user-role-editor-pro/pro/includes/classes/utils.php on line 181
  • Fix: Notice: Array to string conversion in wp-content/plugins/user-role-editor-pro/pro/includes/classes/posts-edit-access-user.php on line 965
  • Core version was updated to 4.64.2
  • Update: URE_Advertisement: rand() is replaced with wp_rand().
  • Update: URE_Ajax_Proccessor: json_encode() is replaced with wp_json_encode().
  • Update: User_Role_Editor::load_translation(): load_plugin_textdomain() is called with the 2nd parameter value false, instead of deprecated ‘’.
  • Update: URE_Lib::is_right_admin_path(): parse_url() is replaced with wp_parse_url().
  • Update: URE_Lib::user_is_admin() does not call WP_User::has_cap() to enhance performance.
  • Update: Plugin version was added to CSS loaded to the “Users”, “Users->User Role Editor”, “Settings->User Role Editor” pages.
  • Update: All JavaScript files are loaded in footer now.
  • Fix: “Users->Add New Users”. Unneeded extra ‘
    ’ HTML tags was removed (thanks to Alejandro A. for this bug report).