How to Assign an Editor in WordPress
Assigning an editor in WordPress will give someone the ability to change the contents of a page. Assign an editor in WordPress with help from a serial entrepreneur, information technology thought leader, published technical author, and content management and WordPress authority in this free video clip.
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Hey there, Vaughn Bullard here again. How can I assign an editor in WordPress. Sometimes you need to give your users on WordPress the ability to edit. So we're gonna talk about how to assign an editor in WordPress. So the first thing we're gonna do is we're gonna go to the WordPress administration pages this is done by typing in the URL of your blog followed by /wp-admin. You'll be prompted for your administrative user name and password. Type that in and press the login button. So we're gonna go all the way down to the bottom of our administrative menu. We're gonna hover over this users menu and up will pop a hover menu and we're gonna choose all users. Now this will bring up the users administrative page. Now you're gonna select the user that you want to change by clicking the checkbox. then you're gonna select this dropdown box called Change roll to and you're going to select Editor and then now click the Change button and that's really all there is to it. Now your user will be able to edit posts on your WordPress site and that's how easy it is folks. That's how you can assign an editor in WordPress. For more info on doing other cool things within WordPress check out WordPress lessons on eHow.com and check out Build.Automates innovative WordPress plugins at: www.buildautomate.com