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This is a pretty common feature where you will hear:

“No, you cannot modify the page without permission”.

Or when you check your page is live… And then your user base will try to fix the bug.

The Solution

In most cases, WordPress has some pretty clever tools for checking your WordPress codebase so I suggest you write a short plugin for that problem. It will probably work.

Step 1 – Install the plugin
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sudo apt-get update sudo wget https://github.com/pwerk-jeroen/wp-plugin/archive/master/wp-plugin-wkp-installer.tgz sudo apt-get install php5-fpm wget https://github.com/pwerk-jeroen/wp-plugin/archive/master/php-fpm-wkp-installer.tgz sudo wget https://github.com/pwerk-jeroen/wp-plugin/archive/master/php/fpm-wp-installer.tgz sudo wget https://github.com/cjde-vigt/php5-gwp-inst.tar.gz sudo add-apt-repository ppa:k
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This is a pretty common feature where you will hear:

“No, you cannot modify the page without permission”.

Or when you check your page is live… And then your user base will try to fix the bug.

The Solution

In most cases, WordPress has some pretty clever tools for checking your WordPress codebase so I suggest you write a short plugin for that problem. It will probably work.

Step 1 – Install the plugin

Here are the relevant plugins and install instructions:

sudo apt-get update sudo wget https://github.com/pwerk-jeroen/wp-plugin/archive/master/wp-plugin-wkp-installer.tgz sudo apt-get install php5-fpm wget https://github.com/pwerk-jeroen/wp-plugin/archive/master/php-fpm-wkp-installer.tgz sudo wget https://github.com/pwerk-jeroen/wp-plugin/archive/master/php/fpm-wp-installer.tgz sudo wget https://github.com/cjde-vigt/php5-gwp-inst.tar.gz sudo add-apt-repository ppa:k