Function to hide pages from the editor view on the dashboard of WordPress per user capability

I’m building a multi-user WordPress environment. The users are divided in groups with certain privileges. The privileges mostly concerns the backend, or the dashboard of WordPress. The purpose is to restrict the users’ ability to edit certain pages.

It’s straightforward to control user’s abilities with a role and capability plugin like Members. It’s not possible to control the user’s abilities in the dashboard with Members however. In that case it’s useful to create specific filters for the groups which show just the pages a group can edit.


Live feeds from Deepwater Horizon disaster site

I don’t know how long the operations at the BP oil spill site are going to take, but they can be followed via live feeds from underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROV) working at the site. I’ve collected the feeds to a single page. (Operations are over, link is disabled).

It’s convenient to save the page and open the resulting HTML file locally on your computer. The page acts as a mediator, so you can take it anywhere. If you change the size of the browser window the media player sizes can be set to accommodate the new window size by refreshing/reloading the page.

Clicking the title of a feed opens the view to a pop-up window.

Update 20th July: New feeds have been added.
Update 18th August: Inactive feeds removed.
Update 2nd September:
Feeds added
Update 18th September: Feeds updated
Update 5th November: Main operations at the site have ended and the page has been taken down.


Website for a youth camp

The theme of the camp is derived from the Finnish folklore. The camp is for 10 to 16 year old children and youth. The site was built with WordPress. Besides designing the website I created the visuals and graphics, and I’m also responsible of the media production for the whole event.