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    (@kues)


    hallo,

    we are running a multiuser-installation including approx. 10 blogs.

    for exactly one of these 10 blogs, we need to set up a very special (?) password protection.
    this needs to be a user/password combination which will be emailed to several hundred people. it is not an option, to set up an account for every single person.

    what’s special: we must avoid access to the BACKEND for the people who log in.

    can anybody give me a hint how this can be done?

    we know the plugins…
    More Privacy Options
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/more-privacy-options/
    …and…
    Authenticator
    http://bueltge.de/authenticator-wordpress-login-frontend-plugin/721/

    …which do the first part of our task – access only with password.

    now I wonder how to deny access to the backend.
    could something like this in function.php help?

    get_current_user_id();
    if (user-id = ...) {
     redirect
        any path containing "/wp-admin/"
        to frontend
    }
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