I installed the WP-Chapters plugin and it's allowing me (admin) to create 'books', but as a front-end user, no one else has access to this plugin...i.e no other user can create easy links to their posts to organise them into chapter-by-chapter book format. Can you please advise me on what I can do so all registered members on my site can access this.

And I installed buddyblog for showing all the authors' posts and it's working...but it shows the entire post underneath. Is there a way that it can only show the links/titles of the posts they have written and they have to click on the link/title to se the whole post?

Thanks heaps!


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MannyM Premium
Have you tried adding users to the website that way maybe they can access the book. I suggest you try that with someone here in the community and find out if it works for the plug-in.
tsaief Premium
I've tried that and the wp-chapters plugin doesn't show on their dashboard...just administrator dashboards. It comes under the 'Settings' heading and I was wondering if i could move it tp the main menue on the dashboard somehow...