How To Allow Authors To Revise Published Posts in WordPress


How To Allow Authors To Revise Published Posts in WordPress
Mikaela Werner

WordPress is a great blogging platform but it is missing a few features with its core tools. Some of the tools it is missing is for sites with multiple authors. In this video, we will show you how to allow authors to revise published posts in WordPress.

How to Properly Update Live Published Posts in WordPress
Mattie Miles

Have you ever had to make significant edits to an already published WordPress post? Maybe you are rewriting an old article or you have to update screenshots because they’re outdated. Since we have to do this on a regular basis on WPBeginner and on our documentations for our suite of products, we have created a workflow that works. In this article, we will show you how to properly update live published posts in WordPress.

How to Prevent Authors From Deleting Posts in WordPress
Tess Stanford

By default, users with the author user role can delete their own posts, even when these posts are already published. If you run a multi-author blog, then you may want to stop authors from deleting their own posts specially once it’s published. In this article, we will show you how to easily prevent authors from deleting their own posts in WordPress.

How To Allow Any Author to Make WordPress Post Revisions
Ammie Blodgett

WordPress allows you to let contributors edit their published posts and update them without getting an approval from an editor or administrator. However, I don’t recommend giving such permissions to contributors, as you just leave too many variables in the air of what could go wrong.

How to Limit Authors to their Own Posts in WordPress Admin
Parthenia Fortier

If you run a multi-author site, then you know that the post screen can get a bit crowded. Recently one of our users asked if it was possible to limit the WordPress posts screen to only show authors their own post. In this article, we will show you how to limit authors to only view and manage their own posts in WordPress admin.

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