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First time question here! Here goes, as descriptive as possible.

I've built a site for a client, only ten pages, nothing especially big, and created a role for the group members called Blogger, as the staff need to all be able to both blog and access a couple of plugins (for a client carousel and to add testimonials). I disabled their ability to edit pages using a plugin called Adminimise as I didn't really want to give them that access and possibly break anything by mistake.

OK - All is well so far? This is where I've discovered Adminimise falls short slightly. What my client requires is that just one page  -a a page called Trustees  - is editable by them so they can add names to an on-going list as required.

How can I make an individual page editable by a non-administrative role whilst keeping the others disabled? I'm praying this is possible, but am not getting very far with Google and have hit a bit of a wall.

Thanks for reading/responding

Andy

First time question here! Here goes, as descriptive as possible.

I've built a site for a client, only ten pages, nothing especially big, and created a role for the group members called Blogger, as the staff need to all be able to both blog and access a couple of plugins (for a client carousel and to add testimonials). I disabled their ability to edit pages using a plugin called Adminimise as I didn't really want to give them that access and possibly break anything by mistake.

OK - All is well so far? This is where I've discovered Adminimise falls short slightly. What my client requires is that just one page-a page called Trustees- is editable by them so they can add names to an on-going list as required.

How can I make an individual page editable by a non-administrative role whilst keeping the others disabled? I'm praying this is possible, but am not getting very far with Google and have hit a bit of a wall.

Thanks for reading/responding

Andy

I've built a site for a client, only ten pages, nothing especially big, and created a role for the group members called Blogger, as the staff need to all be able to both blog and access a couple of plugins (for a client carousel and to add testimonials). I disabled their ability to edit pages using a plugin called Adminimise as I didn't really want to give them that access and possibly break anything by mistake.

OK - All is well so far? This is where I've discovered Adminimise falls short slightly. What my client requires is that just one page  - a page called Trustees  - is editable by them so they can add names to an on-going list as required.

How can I make an individual page editable by a non-administrative role whilst keeping the others disabled? I'm praying this is possible, but am not getting very far with Google and have hit a bit of a wall.

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Role can edit just one page

First time question here! Here goes, as descriptive as possible.

I've built a site for a client, only ten pages, nothing especially big, and created a role for the group members called Blogger, as the staff need to all be able to both blog and access a couple of plugins (for a client carousel and to add testimonials). I disabled their ability to edit pages using a plugin called Adminimise as I didn't really want to give them that access and possibly break anything by mistake.

OK - All is well so far? This is where I've discovered Adminimise falls short slightly. What my client requires is that just one page-a page called Trustees- is editable by them so they can add names to an on-going list as required.

How can I make an individual page editable by a non-administrative role whilst keeping the others disabled? I'm praying this is possible, but am not getting very far with Google and have hit a bit of a wall.

Thanks for reading/responding

Andy