Simple Easy Private site/blog plugin.
The 'login' page I created is showing in my navigation bar of my site! I don't want it there.
To prevent this you simply need to create a menu from appearance --> menus on your wp dasboard. Be sure you add only the pages you want shown in the navigation to your new menu, and be sure to save it as the primary navigation menu for your site to use.
Why is the plugin named 'Sprivate'?
I'm a plugin developer not a poem writer! I know the name isn't exactly descriptive or nice to look at. The 'S' I guess stands for 'Simple' though many might not agree that it is 'simple' to use. So you can think of the 'S' as standing for 'Slick', or 'Stupid' depending on your own opinion of the plugin.
What is the [posts] shortcode?
This was created to allow you to display any number of post titles that you want on any of your pages. However, the shortcode is intended to be used on the same page aso your [Sprivate-login-form] shortcode so that a 'preview' of the posts is listed on that page. This way your users know that you have posted new content just by looking at the login page. The content of these posts is still protected from the view of unauthenticated users. The use of this shortcode is optional.
I activated sprivate, but it is not redirecting users to the login page!
You should be able to login to the wp-admin area of your site still. After you are logged in go to the settings --> sprivate area and be sure you read and follow the instructions listed just above the 'Redirect to URL' setting.