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I'm using WP User Frontend Pro, but the pro version lacks the feature of letting admins edit registered users profiles from front end.

I'm building a web app using WordPress, and the administrator will not have access to the WordPress Dashboard. I've created the features that I need and put them all on the front-end. The only user with access to WordPress Dashboard will be the super administrator (me). But I will only manage the system.

The web app administrator will need to edit users from font end.

Is there a way to achieve this? Or is there a plugin with this feature?

I appreciate all help, since this is the last thing I have to do before putting the web app live.

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try posting ur problem in fragments first thing u prolly wanna do is adding a front page by code, which you can do by wp_insert_funciton(); next fetching all your user details from data base and so on .. – pr1nc3 Aug 29 '13 at 11:18
Exactly, that is what I want to do. So my question is: How? I need some help in the correct direction to achieve this. – Andreas Olsson Sep 26 '13 at 21:10

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