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accepted Show media-uploads to all users
Jun
29
comment Show media-uploads to all users
I updated my question with my final approach, but with no luck.
Jun
29
comment Show media-uploads to all users
Thanks, I updated my question again with my final approach, still no luck.
Jun
29
revised Show media-uploads to all users
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Jun
29
comment Show media-uploads to all users
Thank you, I upgraded to the new plugin that the author is mentioning (even the paid one) but this feature is still not working. Unfortunately also not with your function. Do you think you can try the "User Role Editor" plugin with a subscriber role and give your function a try. I doesn't work for me.
Jun
27
comment Show media-uploads to all users
Thank you; I'll give that a try tomorrow. Is there any recomendation for a plugin that does what role-scoper is doing? I want to be able to restrict certain users to certain pages only?
Jun
25
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
25
comment Show media-uploads to all users
Sorry, that was a type, code is still not working.
Jun
25
revised Show media-uploads to all users
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Jun
25
comment Show media-uploads to all users
Maybe with the RoleScoper Plugin this does not work?
Jun
25
comment Show media-uploads to all users
See my question-update, I added this to my theme functions.php file. The user I tried has role "author" but can't see any media uploads.
Jun
25
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Jun
25
comment Show media-uploads to all users
The users are able to "upload" … I want them to see and use existing material in the library from all other users.
Jun
25
asked Show media-uploads to all users
Jun
15
awarded  Popular Question
May
23
accepted Rewriting 'rewrite' slug for custom post type used by plugin
May
21
awarded  Critic
May
21
comment Rewriting 'rewrite' slug for custom post type used by plugin
Doesn't make a difference, the code I posted above simply does not work. Also not with flush_rewrite_rules() applied.
May
17
comment Rewriting 'rewrite' slug for custom post type used by plugin
Thank you, I updated my question but I'm not properly fond of the use of regular expressions and can't quite figure out how to use add_rewrite_tag(). My sample above those not work, however print_r($args) confirms the slug I want to rewrite. I want to rewrite projects with `spendenprojekte"
May
17
revised Rewriting 'rewrite' slug for custom post type used by plugin
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