WORDPRESS USERS: The Smooth And Better Management
WordPress is an open source internet tool for content management system (CMS) which uses php and MySQL plus the fact that is free for use. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. WordPress is loved by many because is uses many satisfactory plugins
A content management system (CMS) is majorly used of editing, organising, publishing, deleting and storing internet contents for ease of use and sharing. It is best used for webs containing blogs, news, shoppings, etc.
Examples of common CMS are wordpress, drupal, joomla, etc.
Since our focus is on Wordpress, will quickly look at what this post is all about without wasting time.
Out of the many boxes present in any Wordpress admin, there are five user roles available with WordPress. I am sure you are all aware of these roles; however let us review them quickly before moving on.
The five default user roles are:
Administrator – Has access to all administrative options and features.
Editor – Can manage and publish posts.
Traditionally, editors review posts submitted by contributors and then schedule them for review.
Author – Can publish their own posts when they wish.
Contributor – Can write posts but cannot publish them. Instead, they need to submit their posts for review.
Subscriber – Has basic functionality such as changing their profile and leaving comments.
As you can see so far, this post concerns those who have or hoping to have a Wordpress content management system website or blog.
Wordpress.org has the best arrays of plug-ins and within it mammoth plug-in directory, you will find more plug-ins to this effect.