Fixes the missing author WordPress bug
User levels were abandoned in WordPress version 2.1. We’ve long since moved on to roles and capabilities. However, the core WordPress author drop-down on the edit posts screen requires user levels to work properly.
This is problematic when creating custom roles. So, users with a custom role often don’t have an associated level. Thus, these users don’t appear in the author drop-down, even if they have permission to edit a post.
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What’s included with Purchase?
The Members Pro package includes access to all premium Members add-on plugins and support for 1 year. If you go with the All-Access Package option, you’ll also get access to the Exhale theme and all its skins.
How many sites per license?
Members and its add-ons are licensed under the GNU GPL, version 2+. This means you can use them and get support on as many sites as you want. I do encourage developers working with clients to purchase a membership for the client.
What’s Your Support Policy?
Officially, my available hours are Mon-Fri from 8-4 p.m. (Central time zone). However, I’m often available outside of that schedule, including weekends. I personally review and/or answer all support questions within 24 hours. Support includes live chat via our Slack group, so you’ll often have help within minutes during official hours.
Does Your Plugin Support Gutenberg?
Yes. Members and all its add-ons work fine with the WordPress block editor (Gutenberg) as well as the classic editor.
I’m also working on a new add-on plugin specifically for block-specific permissions.