[wp-hackers] Widgets and Roles
jairus at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 21:17:31 GMT 2007
I see widget configuration as a sibling to 'theme options', not as a
sibling to 'switch themes'.
-- Switch Themes & Edit Themes
----- Theme Options & Widget Layout
That's the logical permission hierarchy as I see it.
On 6/21/07, Robin Adrianse <robin.adr at gmail.com> wrote:
The capability that is currently shared between *switching* (NOT editing)
> themes and widgets is manage_themes. Managing a theme includes widgets, if
> your theme uses widgets, doesn't it?
> On 6/22/07, Jairus Pryor <jairus at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I don't think it's the same thing. I have non-technical users who
> > couldn't hack HTML if their lives depended on it, but they know how to
> > drag-and-drop. I want them to drag-and-drop and rearrange the page,
> > but I don't want them being able to destroy the site accidentally by
> > deleting a div tag.
> > It's all presentation, but it's not all theming.
> > Jairus
> > On 6/21/07, Robin Adrianse <robin.adr at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > It's the same thing, isn't it? By usage, widgets are a very big part of
> > what
> > > is shown to the user (the presentation).
> > >
> > > On 6/22/07, Jairus Pryor <jairus at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > I agree, however I think 'widgets' should be the default tab, and
> > > > there should be distinct permissions for 'manage widgets' and 'manage
> > > > themes'.
> > > >
> > > > Jairus
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