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Grant permission to all guests to post in the blog, no loggin required (1 post)

  1. Cocacola123
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    Posted 3 years ago #

    PLEASE DON'T TELL ME IS DANGEROUS AND WILL CAUSE SPAM, I ALREADY KNOW THAT.

    I think the title is self explanatory.

    I'm tring to make some sort of twitter for anybody, I've accomplished to get the interface functional so the users can post from the frontend avoiding the tedious process of the dashboard.

    I also removed the content section as I'm not interested in my users to post any content, this interface is just for posting titles.

    Everything works like a charm if you are a registered user but when you are not, the interface wont post anything.

    I'm working with the p2 theme and I've been tring to edit the php but I allways get errors. I ALSO TRIED ALL KINDS OF 'FORM' PLUGINS, but the problem with these plugins is that it only lets you post form the FORM page and not from the INDEX page. I tried to merge the ucan form plugin with the p2 theme's interface with lots of errors.

    The only logical thing to do (to me) is:

    I want that all guests no longer be guests I want them all to be one user. Yes, that simple, every guest who enters the page is 'USER1' so my blog will only have 2 users: 'Admin' and 'USER1', admin is of course, myself and USER1 is all the world. How can I do that?

    I remember doing this with bots in a vBulletin forum I have, we assigned the bots registered users permissions, but that is an entirely different thing.

    Oh! I also tried all kinds of user permission pluggins for wordpress but none work.

    Thanks in advance!

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