Depending on how you have your client sites setup, as far as admin account access goes, you can use the Members plugin from Justin Tadlock and create and manage user roles. Using the role management capability of the Members plugin you can set it up so that users can't access the Settings page of the Campaign Monitor Add-On.
You can find this plugin here:
Once activated you will have to go to it's settings page and enable Role Management and Roles which will then appear under the User menu. From there you can then pick and choose which capabilities within Gravity Forms a specific role has.
You can even create a new roll for your user and assign them their own capabilities.
Doing this will give you the ability to make it so they can't access areas such as the Gravity Forms settings page or the Campaign Monitor settings while still being able to edit forms and view entries.
If you activate the Members plugin and notice that the Forms menu item goes away, just edit the Administrator role and make sure all the Gravity Forms capabilities are checked.
Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday April 7, 2010 | Permalink