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Opened 2 years ago

Last modified 2 years ago

#56373 new enhancement

La EDICION de Contenidos y los ROLES de Usuario

Reported by: limanortecom's profile Owned by:
Milestone: Awaiting Review Priority: normal
Severity: normal Version:
Component: Role/Capability Keywords:
Focuses: Cc:



Congratulations to the entire WordPress team for the constant improvements to the interface and functionality.
With the home office, for reasons of Covid, the editorial work using WordPress has revealed a pertinent change in the Relationship: User Role / type of interface, I explain:

The ADMINISTRATOR {Editor General} Role is the only level that has attribution / permissions to manage and make changes in all DASHBOARD segments: Home, Themes, All Posts, Media, Pages...

The EDITOR {Posts Content Editor} Role should only have POST {all Post}. Its Editorial Role is to manage the Contents to apply the "Editorial Line" {informative bias, journalistic style}.
The Editor has the ROLE of assigning CATEGORIES for AUTHOR and Contributor type users.
For that reason you should ONLY access: ALL POST, all Media/Library and USERS. Nothing more.

The Toolbar {under the TITLE / h1}, for the Editor, Author and Contributor, should ONLY have:
-- Add Media / NO Contact Form
-- The Menu Paragraph should be changed to "Sub Head" {h3}
-- Bold + Italic + Blockquote + Link + Clear Format + Special Character
-- View: Visual / Text

Side Bar Right:
--Featured Images
-- Tags
-- Category
-- Publish
NOTHING ELSE. Important to guarantee the integrity of the Style and Graphic Design, established by the Theme.

Inherits all accesses from the Editor, except the CATEGORY Menu {only for the Editor}
The Author has access to all own previous Post.
When you publish a Post, you send an ALERT to the Administrator and the Editor

It inherits all access from the Author, but... when you press PUBLISH, it publishes in DRAFT State.
The Contributor has access to all of their own previous Posts.
When you publish a Post, you send an ALERT to the Editor

It is pertinent, necessary these changes, to turn WordPress into an EDITORIAL SYSTEM.
Next step: Integration with Adobe InDesign, Adobe InCopy

I hope you can accept this suggestion.


José Fuertes Ortega

Change History (1)

#1 @costdev
2 years ago

  • Component changed from Editor to Role/Capability
  • Keywords changes-requested reporter-feedback removed
  • Severity changed from major to normal
  • Version trunk deleted
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