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  • This plugin is almost there. Unlike other plugins (like Restrict Content), it really works. You get an excellent overview on the settings page where you can see all your WP ID numbers for posts, pages and attachments and the publishing status. The list is sortable by name or date which is great.

    This plugin is easy to use; you don’t have to open each page to turn it on or off, although that possibility is also present.

    I discovered one flaw which unfortunately 🙁 means I can’t use this plugin. Some searches in the WP search box send the user to the login page and clearly this is undesirable. Indeed, if this flaw did not exist, I would rate this plugin at 6 stars.

    My guess is that if you do not have a search box on your site, this plugin will be nearly perfect.

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  • Plugin Author Marat Nepomnyashy

    (@maratbn)

    As of version 0.1.2, any search result pages containing login-protected posts no longer require user login to view, and the titles and contents of the login-protected posts are protected within the search results.

    This plugin is free and open-source software.

    That means 2 things — 1 — it is available free of charge for the benefit of humanity and for all the decent people out there to make their lives a little easier, and 2 — the entire source is available to the user, so whoever has it can modify it on their server any way they like, and even send a patch upstream to contribute themselves.

    But for any users out there in the larger scope of the word, only looking to use other peoples’ work, and then give nothing back in return but to smear the work down to 3 stars in the course of some passive-aggressive strategy to get some new feature implemented that they really want, rather than contribute back to the project in a true open-source fashion, I have a message for you:

    I DON’T WANT YOU AS A USER.

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