This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

* Go Splash


The Go Splash plugin will hide your WordPress site behind a splashscreen. It show a simple & clean splash screen with an integrated login form.
Anyone that is not logged in is served the splash screen. Logged in users see your site as a normal WordPress site and will never even know a splashscreen exists.
When visitors log in on the splash-screen they are re-routed to your main front page.

basic features

-. splash screen for non registered visitors
-. show blog title or turn it off
-. show blog description or turn it off

enhanced features

. add a personal message to the splash screen
. re-route users upon login
. register from the splash-screen
. reroute (completely hide) the wp-login & wp-admin screens to the splash screen.

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limitations ?

go splash hooks in to the WordPress WP hook. Any specialty theme that hooks in prior to this hook and somehow hijacks the screen output will bypass this plugin.
While any theme that adheres to WP convention will not pose a problem, there may be some themes you might want to check prior to going PREMIUM.


A premium version of this plugin can be found at :


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install and activate the plugin. you will find the admin menu in go splash admin section.


Does it work with every theme ?

Probably not. This plugin ties in to the WP hook so anything that intercepts the screen before the WP hook will override the splash-screen.
All standard themes should work fine though.


none (yet)

Contributors & Developers

“* Go Splash” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • first light (19-12-2012)