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PrivatePost

Description

New Features:
* 1.5 – Allows all users who are logged in to see all Private posts
* show_private_posts() is now a widget
* Merged with Partial Private Post (See below)

This plugin is a full featured private post management interface. It allows you to manage all private post’s publishing status via the “Manage” admin menu. It also provides the function “show_private_posts()” which can be used on the main page to list recent private posts (This can be used as either a function call or a widget). It uses the option ‘posts_per_page’ to determine how many recent private posts to display.

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Installation

  • Upload privatepost.php to your ‘wordpress/wp-content/plugins’
  • Enable the plugin in your admin section
  • Go to ‘Options > PrivatePost’ and select the category which contains your “Private Posts” (Optional)
  • Set your “Private” indicator (Can be txt or image)
  • Set your Private RSS feed (This is updated anytime a post is made public). Make sure it is writable by your server.
  • Add it to your sidebar

That’s it you’re done!

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