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Im new to WordPress, I have been working with Drupal for about 6 years and recently switched over to WP, couldnt be happier :)

I have a question that I need some assistance with and was hoping that someone could help me out with. I am using Gravity Forms to allow users to submit content on the Front End, all works great, users are able to come and register then post their own content.

Now, what i need to do is have a page where a logged in user can see a list of all of their posted content and be able to edit/delete the content if they want. Is this possible? Hopefully a Plugin that can help me out or if there is a way to do it myself i am also open to that. Im not great at coding but not a total newbie and can find my way around code if i need to with the help of Google, so if someone could help me out i would really appreciate it.

It would be also good if instead of a page i could display the content on the users profile in a widget or something.

Much appreciated, Regards

P

  • when the user submits a post via GF, is the post not attributed to them? – karpstrucking Jan 9 '15 at 19:59
  • Yes it is. They are set as the authors of the posts they submit via GF – pouyar Jan 10 '15 at 3:25
  • To be clear are you thinking page in admin or front end page? Does your users have access to admin side? Which user role are they assigned? – Rarst Jan 10 '15 at 14:29
  • Does this work for you? wordpress.org/plugins/wp-user-frontend – jetlej Jan 10 '15 at 19:19
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If you are needing users to have the ability to edit/delete their submitted content I would assume they are registered with their own member account on your wordpress website. If this is the case, why not build a custom role for your new members and then restrict everything for that role in the WP-admin to only show the posts add and edit page? This would be more simple in my opinion. Have you tried that?

John

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