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How to Change Admin Permissions to “All Access”

Since AccessAlly only allows users to view a page if they have the proper tag permissions, you’ll want to enable “all access” mode on your admin user account. This will ensure that you can view all pages in the site, without requiring you to manually apply each individual permission tag.

To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Log in as your WordPress Admin account
  2. Go to WordPress > Users > Your Profile
  3. Scroll down to the AccessAlly settings, until you see the checkbox to give the user All-Access. Check this box and click “save”.

A GIF showing how to enable all access mode for an admin user

Updated on May 22, 2020

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