WP Access Areas lets you fine-tune who may read, edit or comment on your Blog posts.
You can either restrict access to logged-in uses only, certain WordPress-Roles or
even custom Access Areas.
- Define custom Access Areas and assign them to your blog-users
- Restrict reading, editing and commenting permission to logged-in users, certain WordPress-Roles or Access Areas
- define global access areas on a network
- Supports bulk editing
- German, Italian, Polish and Swedish localization (Huge Thankyou @ all translators!)
Latest files on GitHub.
Developers might like to have a look at the project wiki.
- WordPress calendar Widget still shows dates where even restricted posts have been created.
When clicked on such a date a 404 will occur. There already is a
WordPress Core ticket on that issue but the
proposed patch will not make it into WP 4.1. Lets put some hope into 4.2.
- Taxonomy menus (e.g. Tags / Categories) also count restricted posts when the total number
of posts in a taxonomy is ascertained.
See this post for details.