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How to make website editors only see their own articles

The first method: (not recommended)
Just copy the code below into your theme's functions.php.
function wpjam_parse_query_useronly( $wp_query ) { if ( strpos( $_SERVER[ 'REQUEST_URI' ], '/wp-admin/edit.php' ) !== false ) { if ( !current_user_can( 'add_user' ) ) { global $current_user ; $wp_query->set( 'author', $current_user->id ); } } } add_filter('parse_query', 'wpjam_parse_query_useronly' );
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Note: If you copy the above code to function.php, after the admin user logs in, you can only see the articles published by the admin, but not all the articles.
The second method: (recommended)
This method can ensure that the admin user can see the articles of all users after logging in, because level_10 represents the admin user
function mypo_parse_query_useronly( $wp_query ) {
if ( strpos( $_SERVER[ 'REQUEST_URI' ], '/wp-admin/edit.php' ) !== false ) {
if ( !current_user_can( 'level_10' ) ) {
global $current_user;
$wp_query->set( 'author', $current_user->id );
add_filter('parse_query', 'mypo_parse_query_useronly' );
The third type: (I didn't find it, I don't know if it works or not)
WP plugin: Restrict Author Posting
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