All cabinet sizes require the following clearances to allow for servicing and adequate ventilation: SSides: If this is the case, you must still leave NOTE Do not block the ventilation holes on each side and the back of the cabinet. Nineand slot external battery cabinets may be installed with bases tight against the UPS cabinet base and against each other. Six-slot cabinets require
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Message failed. Please try again. Thanks for your message! Understanding each one is key if you want to protect your site and ensure your team works more effectively. Administrator This is the role assigned to you when you create a website. In most cases, there is only one, and they are able to access all the functions of the WordPress backend. This user role can, in part: Create, edit, and delete any content Manage plugins and themes Edit code Delete other user accounts Administrator is the most powerful user role and should rarely be assigned to any other account.
So be careful! Editor As the name of this user role suggests, an editor is generally responsible for managing content and thus has a high level of access. They can create, edit, delete, and publish both pages and posts — even those belonging to other users. An editor can also: Moderate comments Manage categories and links However, they cannot make site-wide changes such as adding plugins and themes or installing updates. Instead, they are responsible for overseeing the work of authors and contributors.
Author An author has far fewer permissions than editors. In addition, they lack any sort of administrative capabilities. This makes their role pretty clear — authors are responsible for creating content, and nothing more. Contributor The contributor role is essentially a stripped-down version of the author role. A contributor is only able to perform three tasks — reading all posts, as well as deleting and editing their own posts.
Subscriber Subscribers have only one main capability and their WordPress dashboard is usually incredibly bare. They can read all posts on the site as well as manage their own profiles.
Normally, anyone can read posts without being assigned a role, so not all sites will use this option. The super admin is responsible for the entire network and can make high-level changes such as adding and deleting sites. As such, their dashboard looks similar to a regular Administrator. When there is a super admin, the regular administrator role is somewhat modified.
For example, regular admins on WordPress Multisite networks can no longer install, upload, and delete themes and plugins, nor can they modify user information. These capabilities are reserved for the super admin.
As an example of how these roles interact, the super admin can decide what plugins to install on the network, and individual site admins can only choose whether or not to activate them. All Rights Reserved.
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