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First you need to make group and subgroup. You can use wordpress existing User Role or you can make custom user role (group) by own. Members is a nice plugin to create custom role. For example your main group is "Group1" and subgroup is "Subgroup1". First you need to check current user role (Group of user). After that you can show full content for "Group1"...


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What's in your Apache logs? Maybe more info about the error. Set a 755 permission on the the public_html directory Who's your hosting provider? The issue might be permissions that you, as a user, cannot change yourself (contact hosting support).


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A plugin to the rescue. It looks like WPFront User Role Editor is what I was looking for. It produces a very granulated menu of what each role can do. This looks promising.


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I use this bash command to reset WordPress file permissions quickly and easily, just navigate to your root WP folder and run both: directories find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \; files find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \;



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