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Master Post Password

Define a master post password that works for any passworded post, while permitting the original post password to also work.

Define a master post password that works for any passworded post, while permitting the original post password to also work.

Once the master post password has been provided by a visitor for any passworded post on the site, it applies to unlock all other passworded posts (without needing to provide the master post password again for each such post) until the site's cookies expire in the browser.

There are two means by which the master post password can be defined:

a.) As a constant, C2C_MASTER_POST_PASSWORD. This is typically done in wp-config.php like so:

define( 'C2C_MASTER_POST_PASSWORD', 'your_master_post_password' );

b.) Via the settings field labeled "Master Post Password" found on the Settings -> Reading admin page.

If the constant is defined, it takes precedence and the settings field is NOT displayed.

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Requires: 3.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2013-12-17
Downloads: 181

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