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Image Guide Widget
The Image Guide widget makes visual instructions for images like screenshots simple to set up. It gives users a better understanding of the instructions and how to use them.
Our Image Guide has five predefined styles (presets) to choose from. These presets control the initial style that you can further customize.
Access Manager relies on WordPress to manage user accounts and the user login process. Based on which user is logged in, Access Manager determines the level of access the user has to KB content.
Each KB Group is a collection of all users that have interest in and need to access the same content.
KB Roles are assigned to users within each KB Group.
You can create KB Groups and assign your users to those groups. Each user within his/her group has a specific KB Role: KB Subscriber, KB Contributor, KB Author, KB Editor or KB Manager.
Next, you will need to set up your user roles so that you can assign access to certain people to control the editing of your KB articles.
This is a guide with examples on how to set up your groups. We highly recommend that you read the rest of the documentation about KB Groups and how they work.
Each of our widgets has presets. A preset is like a predefined configuration that applies certain styles so that you don’t need to spend time configuring one. You can further customize each preset.
We currently have five preset styles to choose from to get you started quickly.
To learn more about the Presets and how to use them, click here.