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  • #5662

    mugur
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    Hi, I want to give access to a user few plugins, I have spent 2 days of trying to setup User Role Editor without success. Please give me a hint how to do it. I couldn’t find tutorials how to do it. I think one of the plugin is hard coded (FB Photo Fetcher) for administrator rights.
    I need to give access to posts, pages, and 4 plugins: Facebook Photo Fetcher, Lenix Elementor Leads addon, Testimonial Basics, Facebook Reviews Widget.
    Would help me a lot, to give me some instructions or if I can give you access to do it as I need asap.
    Thank you

    #5675

    Vladimir
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    I just returned from a 2 weeks vacation.

    Send direct download links for the plugins listed above. I will check what permissions they require.

    #5677

    mugur
    Participant

    Hi Vladimir,

    I hope you enjoyed your vacation.
    Please check the link below of the plugin I was talking about.

    Facebook Photo Fetcher

    Thanks

    #5681

    Vladimir
    Keymaster

    Correct, FB Photo Fetcher plugin protects its menu item under the “Settings” menu with ‘administrator’ role hardcoded:
    _admin_menu.php:10:

    
    add_options_page("$fpf_name Options", 'FB Photo Fetcher' . (defined('FPF_ADDON')?"+":""), 'administrator', "fb-photo-fetcher", 'fpf_admin_page');
    
    #5683

    mugur
    Participant

    Ok, we found a workaround for this.
    Changing ‘administrator’ in ‘manage_options’ then it works ok.

    add_options_page("$fpf_name Options", 'FB Photo Fetcher' . (defined('FPF_ADDON')?"+":""), 'manage_options', "fb-photo-fetcher", 'fpf_admin_page');

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