In the context of WordPress, roles refer to the various levels of access and responsibilities assigned to users on a website. However, WordPress itself does not have predefined roles such as CEO or Store Manager by default. Instead, it provides standard roles with specific capabilities. Let me explain some common WordPress roles and how they might relate to organizational positions:
– This role has the highest level of access.
– Administrators can perform all tasks on the website, including managing other users, installing plugins, and changing site settings.
– Equivalent to a high-level executive or business owner who has full control over the organization.
– Editors can publish, edit, and delete any content on the website, including posts and pages.
– They have control over the content creation and management process.
– Similar to a content manager or editor-in-chief in an organization.
– Authors can write, edit, and publish their posts.
– They have control over their content but can’t modify content created by others.
– Similar to a writer or contributor who produces content for the organization.
– Contributors can write and edit their posts but cannot publish them.
– They need an editor or administrator to review and publish their content.
– Similar to freelance writers or part-time contributors.
– Subscribers can only manage their user profiles and receive updates.
– They don’t have content creation or editing privileges.
– Similar to a follower or someone with a subscription to updates.
If your organization has specific roles like CEO or Store Manager, it’s possible to customize roles or use plugins to achieve the desired access levels. However, it’s important to note that WordPress itself doesn’t inherently assign roles based on organizational titles.
For a more detailed analysis or customization based on your organizational structure, you may want to explore WordPress user role management plugins or consult with a developer to tailor the roles to your specific needs.
– WordPress Roles and Capabilities: https://codex.wordpress.org/Roles_and_Capabilities