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I suggest not to mess with the existing roles and capabilities in its default, it might help you some trouble when you will have a bunch of custom roles and capabilities in the future. To answer your question, I will have an example: I need new role/user group that has almost an Administrator but don't have the the capability to edit plugins and the ...


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is_user_logged_in() is a pluggable function, which means you can override its functionality. That's probably where I'd start. Something like this may do what you're looking for. This is untested code and comes with no warranties of any kind. function is_user_logged_in() { $user = wp_get_current_user(); $current_blog_id = get_current_blog_id(); ...


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This list of filters at the top of admin screens are called Views. You can manage views using the views_{$this->screen->id} filter. Where you'd replace {$this->screen->id} with the name of the screen you'd like to manage. In order to filter the Users screen, you can try the following: // filter the 'users' views add_filter( "views_users", ...



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