Tag: permissions

Why do I receive an error when I try activate the FooEvents plugin?

You might be receiving an error message because the FooEvents plugin was partially uploaded or uploaded more than once to your server which is causing a folder naming or permissions issue. Browse to “Plugins” in your WordPress Admin Area and delete all versions of the FooEvents plugin completely (don’t simply deactivate it). Then upload and …

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Installing the app

Download the ‘FooEvents Check-ins’ app from either the Play Store (Android) or the App Store (iOS): http://www.fooevents.com/apps/ Enter the following details on the login screen: URL – Your website URL (e.g. https://www.YOURWEBSITE.com) Username & Password – The access details of one of your WordPress users (e.g. ‘admin’) Please Note: By default, access to the FooEvents Check-ins app …

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User Roles, Capabilities and Permissions

FooEvents makes extensive use of the built-in WordPress user role and capability functionality to ensure better privacy. By default, only users with the role of “Administrator” in WordPress will have access to all the FooEvents features. If you require an additional role to have access to specific FooEvents features, you will need to assign capabilities to this role using a …

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What User Roles does FooEvents support?

FooEvents makes extensive use of the built-in WordPress user role and capability functionality to ensure better privacy. By default, only users with the role of “Administrator” will have access to all the FooEvents features. If you require an additional WordPress user role to have access to specific FooEvents features, you will need to assign capabilities …

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