The User Domain Whitelist/Blacklist plugin limits user registration to only registrants with an email address from the domain white list below OR prevents registrants with an email address from the domain black list below from registering. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org would only be allowed to register if example.com appeared in the domain white list. Conversely, email@example.com would not be allowed to register if example.com appeared in the domain black list. Anyone attempting to register using an email address outside the white list or inside te black list will receive the error message below.Anyone attempting to register using an email address outside the white list will receive an error message. Both the domain whitelist and the error message can be modified via the plugin options page (available under the Settings menu).
Unzip the user-domain-whitelist folder and upload to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate the User Domain Whitelist plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu.
Go to the User Domain Whitelist/Blacklist options page (under Settings), add your list of allowed domains and (optionally) change the error message that disallowed registrants will receive.
- Why are there no questions yet?
Because nobody has asked one yet. 😛
Though the plugin is not updated from a long time, it works perfectly with the latest version of wordpress.
Plugin is working as it should for me. I’m running it along with Theme My Login and it was the first plugin of its type, to not throw an error when using it in conjunction with Theme My Login. I’m using it for Whitelisting purposes. Keep up the great work!
maybe it is my version of wordpress but I activated created a black list and signed up with the naughty domain email….
Contributors & Developers
“User Domain Whitelist” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Added CSRF checking.
Added i18n functions to error message prefix (e.g. ERROR)
Added a blacklist to prevent registration from a set of domains as an alternative to white listing.
BUG FIX: Corrected error where plugin options page was displaying instead of standard WP admin dashboard.
BUG FIX: Corrected error that prevented non-admin users from accessing the WP backend.