Whether the current user has a specific capability.
While checking against particular roles in place of a capability is supported in part, this practice is discouraged as it may produce unreliable results.
Note: Will always return true if the current user is a super admin, unless specifically denied.
(string) (Required) Capability name.
(int) (Optional) ID of the specific object to check against if
$capabilityis a "meta" cap. "Meta" capabilities, e.g. 'edit_post', 'edit_user', etc., are capabilities used by map_meta_cap() to map to other "primitive" capabilities, e.g. 'edit_posts', 'edit_others_posts', etc. Accessed via func_get_args() and passed to WP_User::has_cap(), then map_meta_cap().
(bool) Whether the current user has the given capability. If
$capability is a meta cap and
$object_id is passed, whether the current user has the given meta capability for the given object.
* * This function also accepts an ID of an object to check against if the capability is a meta capability. Meta * capabilities such as `edit_post` and `edit_user` are capabilities used by the `map_meta_cap()` function to * map to primitive capabilities that a user or role has, such as `edit_posts` and `edit_others_posts`. * * Example usage: * * current_user_can( 'edit_posts' ); * current_user_can( 'edit_post', $post->ID ); * current_user_can( 'edit_post_meta', $post->ID, $meta_key ); * * While checking against particular roles in place of a capability is supported