Due to massive popularity and usability, WordPress is now powering almost 27% of world’s websites. It has many handy features that provide the best user experience along with an open world possible of doing anything. Among many default features, WordPress has built in website security and privacy system. This allows managing different WordPress user roles, which becomes very handy to control how users interact with your website. WordPress User Roles – The Internal Website Security When you install WordPress to power up your website, you get a handy role management system. It effectively defines which actions an individual user can perform inside your website. Sadly, this feature is often overlooked, but you will eventually feel the importance of roles while your website grows. In today’s blog post, we will explain the user roles that you get with WordPress. We will explain and compare each of them. This will give you a brief understanding of the internal security and privacy system of WordPress. WordPress enables five default user roles and luckily, it helps to control the behavior of your users. Let’s find out about these WordPress user roles. Administrator
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