Thanks for your post and sorry for the trouble!
TablePress normally only shows that “Edit” link to logged-in users that have the corresponding access permissions. Other users will normally not see this!
Therefore, this indicates that either your site uses some sort of caching where the content that a logged-in users sees is cached, or (maybe more likely) that the
[table ... ] Shortcode on that page has maybe be replaced with static HTML code for the table (I have seen that with some themes that offer something like “frontend editing”.). So, at first, I suggest to check if that page still has the Shortcode (or block) and if caching could be influencing all this.
Now, there is also the option to turn off that “Edit” link for everybody (including logged-in users), via https://tablepress.org/extensions/remove-edit-link/, but normally that should not be needed.
Thanks, I will look into all that – makes sense!
no problem, you are very welcome! 🙂 Good to hear that this helped!
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