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Roles, Groups and Authors

Roles

Show or hide widgets based on WordPress user roles using this token:

  • [role:xyz] – A specific user role.

Note that roles must be spelled with lower-case letters.

You can indicate one or more roles separated by comma. For example, to show a widget to subscribers and customers only, use:

  • [role:subscriber,customer]

You can also indicate several entries, each on a line by itself:

  • [role:subscriber]
    [role:customer]

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Show or hide widgets based on a user’s group membership with Groups.

  • [group:xyz] – A specific group.

Note that groups must be spelled as they’re in your groups list.

For example, show a widget only to registered users with [group:Registered] or show a widget only to users in a Premium group using [group:Premium]

You can also show or hide a widget for more than one group, indicating group names separated by comma.

  • [group:Registered,Premium]

Alternatively, you can put each entry on a line by itself:

  • [group:Registered]
    [group:Premium]

show archive widget to Premium groupLet’s assume that you have created the Premium group and want to display the Archive widget only for users belonging to that group. To do so, select:

Visibility. Show only on these pages

Conditions. [group:Premium]

Authors

To show or hide a widget only on author pages, you can use these tokens:

  • [author] – Any author page.
  • [author:xyz] – A specific author’s page.