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Capabilities And Types Of Codes Execution In Itheme Builder


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#1 Guest_Justin Win Zaw_*

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Posted 23 March 2014 - 06:38 AM

What kind of codes can a user type into the theme builder? Is it safe to let all users use it on my WordPress Multisite Network? If not, can it be filter by security plugin? If there is such plugin, what type should I use?

#2 Ronald


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Posted 23 March 2014 - 05:21 PM


I am not exactly sure what kind of codes you are referring to? Builder is "just a WordPress theme", and you can restrict access to for instance the code editor by using the appropriate roles for your users. Perhaps you could have a look at the Builder videos, to see how it works, and what the backend functionality looks like, see: http://ithemes.com/tutorial/category/builder/

hope that helps,

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#3 Guest_Justin Win Zaw_*

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Posted 23 March 2014 - 06:26 PM

What I was worried is entering malicious code, sql injection into css or php editor, I will take a look at video tutorials. Thank you. You can close the ticket now.