This could be a tricky — I hope someone can help! As well I know it sounds weird to be doing but it’s important.
Context: I have a custom application in WordPress that is based on registered and unregistered users posting custom post types from the front end. Editing posts would also be done with a front end editor.
Problem: Obviously the users that are registered will only need to sign in to edit their posts, but what I need to do is allow unregistered users to set a post password when creating the post and present them with only a password field when they would like to edit their post. Essentially they would enter the password they set (and a hidden field would reference the referring post ID) and it would log them in and present them with the edit screen—the same as a registered user would see if they logged in and edited their posts. I understand the security risks here.
Hope someone can help! Thanks!
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