14 Most Active WordPress Permission Plugins

  • User Role Editor

    User Role Editor WordPress plugin makes user roles and capabilities changing easy. Edit/add/delete WordPress user roles and capabilities.

  • WPFront User Role Editor

    Easily allows you to manage WordPress user roles. You can create, edit, delete and manage capabilities, also copy existing roles.

  • WP-Ban

    Ban users by IP, IP Range, host name, user agent and referrer url from visiting your WordPress's blog.

  • Groups

    Groups is an efficient and powerful solution, providing group-based user membership management, group-based capabilities and content access control.

  • Restrict Widgets

    All in one widgets and sidebars management in WordPress. Allows you to hide or display widgets on specified pages and restrict access for users.

  • Groups 404 Redirect

    Redirect 404's when a visitor tries to access a page protected by Groups.

  • User Role by BestWebSoft

    User Role plugin allows to change wordpress user role capabilities.

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  • Change Uploaded File Permissions

    This plugin changes the file permissions of thumbnails, pictures and files after the upload.

  • DRP Wordpress User Management

    DRP Wordpress User Management is a Wordpress user management plugin which allows you to manage and keep track of all registered users. It let's y

  • WP App Studio

    WP App Studio is the #1 Visual Development Tool for building custom post types, fields, taxonomies, views, widgets, forms, notifications, charts ...

  • Stop Write

    Secure Your Site

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  • Slash Admin

    Dozens of settings aiming at creating a friendlier administration environment for both Administrators and Editors.

  • Access Control by Category

    Control access to registered users only of certain posts by assigning the "Subscribed" category to those posts. In additions, any texts wit

  • Social Access Control

    Based on the 3rd-party Category Access, this plugin provides the core functionality for restricting the access permissions of posts. This gives you t

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Should we add any permission plugins to the list? Let us know what you think.

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