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Path Access

Description

This plugin gives you the ability to call the 404.php template file or your own custom template file for specific paths where a user is not logged into WordPress and is not a specific role.

To use Path Access look under the “Settings” menu.

Your theme must have a 404.php file. However, if you want a more custom page you can create a file called access.php and users will be directed to that template instead, this template will set you HTTP Response to 403.

In the User Interface, to restrict access to a page or child pages you must:

  • Enter the path of that page
  • Separate multiple paths with a return
  • Include beginning and ending slashes “/”
  • Add * to the end of a path to restrict all child pages.

You must have a 404.php template file or you can create your own template file and name it access.php. Some paths are blocked such as /wp-admin and /wp-login.php for your safety. You can also specify which roles may access the restricted pages by checking the boxes of the role you want to enable access for.

Screenshots

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Installation

Upload the path-access plugin to your blog, Activate it!

1, 2: You’re done!

Contributors & Developers

“Path Access” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.0.1

  • Set HTTP Headers
  • Updated WordPress plugin page info

1.0

  • Restrict Path Access by page and role