WordPress makes it easy for multiple users to work together on a single website, making it a great choice for running a multi-author blog, or other collaborative projects. So if you want to take advantage of this feature and let additional users publish content, or manage other aspects of your website, then they will each need their own user account. Giving other users access to the dashboard of your website might sound risky. This is partly due to the control they will now have over the settings and other features that govern your website. Thankfully though, to help overcome this issue, WordPress includes a number of different user roles that enable you to safely grant users access to the back end of your site. Depending on the role assigned, these users can then be restricted from making too many – or any – changes to your website. As part of the process of allowing multiple users to have access to your website, the WordPress software also makes it very easy for you to differentiate the separate accounts from each other. This in turn makes it easy for your readers to quickly see who has written each of the individual articles on your site. In this article in the getting started with
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