The user roles in UXi are based on increasing the available functionality as the user role is increased. Below is a breakdown of the user roles, with the 'least capable' at the top, and the 'most capable' at the bottom. Note that no users have access to upload new plug-ins. This is not because this functionality is limited to specific user roles. It is because UXi's customized single-code base does not allow new plugins to be uploaded by any users.


Role Description
Subscriber * Gives users access to read posts and leave comments if enabled.
Contributor * Gives users access to draft new posts or pages.
Author * Gives users access to publish their own posts or pages.
Editor * Gives users access to publish their own posts or pages, as well as those drafted by other contributors.
Client Gives users access to publish their own posts or pages, create new users, delete users with lower user role, enable new plugins.
Client Editor Gives users access to publish their own posts or pages, create new users, delete users with lower user role, enable new plugins, and use the front-end editor.
Client Developer Gives users access to publish their own posts or pages, create new users, delete users with lower user role, enable new plugins, use the front-end editor, and custom CSS & Javascript. (Should be reserved for Madwire employees only)
Marketing Executive Gives users access to publish their own posts or pages, create new users, delete users with any user role, enable new plugins, and use the front-end editor. (Should be reserved for Madwire employees only)
Developer Gives users access to publish their own posts or pages, create new users, delete users with any user role, enable new plugins, and use the front-end editor, and custom CSS & Javascript. (Should be reserved for Madwire employees only)


* notes standard WordPress user roles.