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  • I know that once an entry is password protected, you have to enter a password to read it (duh). What I want to do is put a message saying, ‘if you want the password, please email me’. Can anybody let me know the file which I can edit so I can put that message?

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  • wp-includes/template-functions-post.php
    at the very top of the file

    Hello moshu,

    I’m in the same situation except I would like to add a customized sentence for a specific post (and not a generic sentence used for each protected post) is it possible ? (in fact I need a little text before the form)

    My knowledge in coding is limited to copy/paste 🙂
    I don’t know of any way to have a customized text for each protected post, which doesn’t mean a php guru cannot come up with a solution for you…

    It’ll mean a customized coding change to your index.php file and possibly your single.php file as well….. but it should be possible.

    -tg

    In fact an ideal solution would be to have the abstract b(just at the top of the main texte form enty) been displayed when the protection form is active

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