WordPress user roles: What they are and how to edit them

Understanding how WordPress role permissions work is essential if you have a team of people adding and editing your websites’ content. In the following text, we will explain how WordPress user roles work and why they are useful.

Let us have a look at each default role, and then move to some tips on how to apply them!

WordPress roles explained in less than a minute

As we already mentioned, WordPress user roles are what defines which user is allowed to do what. To paint a picture, besides other WordPress user permissions, an author can publish a post, while an editor can do that and a bit more – publish pages, for example.

WordPress featured image: What it is and how to add one

You see it everywhere, but you don’t know much about it. It’s the WordPress featured image. Let’s find out more about it.

You undoubtedly know that every physical magazine depends on images. Before these magazines went online, the editors made use of visual media to make sure that people are enticed to read the stories.

Now, before you even begin questioning how important images are, ask yourself, how much would you like your favorite magazine without one? Would you be as interested as you are now if there were no images of your favorite car, or food, or fashion?

504 error in WordPress: How to fix it

Have you ever encountered a 504 error on your website? Scary thing, isn’t it?

When you’re running a business, there is never a shortage of things that can go wrong. Plenty of factors contribute to this, human factors, technological factors and even environmental factors.

And when you add a website to that mix, the opportunities for disaster just don’t stop. You have potential security breaches, or undetected downtime, or even bad UI/UX design etc.

However, let’s say you did everything perfectly. You have a secure site that loads fast.

wpDataTables 2.0 Beta Release!

Hi everyone!

We are happy to present you the result of 9+ months of hard work – the biggest change to wpDataTables plugin since it was first released back in early 2013. Please welcome the tool that will set a new standard of how you work with tables and charts online – wpDataTables 2.0!

wpDataTables 1.7.1 released – Charts.js support, Chart Live Preview and more

Hi everyone! We hope you had some great time during the winter holidays with your family and friends! Here at TMS-Plugins we were working hard during last couple of months, and now we are proud to introduce you the new 1.7.1 version of our plugin.

Here we’ll go through a brief overview of the new features.