Password Protected Posts

Posted August 21, 2003 by Matt Mullenweg. Filed under Development.

I just checked in the password protected posts code and some improved autop. This will be in the next release. Check it out.

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  1. I presume convert_char() is fixed now? Can’t wait for the release!

    Comment from Totally on August 21, 2003

  2. Well, there’s a new convert_char but the fix for the problem that has been bugging most people didn’t actually make the beta cutoff. It is in the CVS though and will be in the next beta.

    Comment from Matt on August 24, 2003

  3. Comments RSS feed and more password protectionI added password protection to the RSS 2.0 feed for comments and checked it in. You can subscribe to the feed directly (http://www.example.com/wp-commentsrss2.php) to get the latest comments, or pass in the post ID and subscribe to comments for that pa…

    Trackback from WordPress WordBlog on September 28, 2003

  4. A “hack” – making password input be of type passwordThis is a suggested modification to WordPress so that password protection of posts should be an input field of type password. Credit really belongs to Sam who suggested the idea in a comment on a test post about the password protected post feature.

    Trackback from Andrew's Blog on October 11, 2003

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