Support » Plugin: p5 : Plenty of Perishable Passwords for Protected Posts » Not working, please help! :)

  • Hi there! I am *really* hoping we can resolve this issue, as your plugin is the only one I can find that will allow me multiple passwords on protected pages and posts. Please make my day!! 🙂

    I installed and activated the plugin and created a page called “devHome” to test it with. Edited visibility of this page to Password Protected, and was able to set 5 passwords: password1, password2, password3, password4, password5 (for testing purposes). Clicked “ok” and then “Update”.

    SADLY: The updated/saved page is showing the visibility as “Public” on the back end, but from the user side it shows the standard message, “This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below:” I have entered all 5 passwords here, and none of them are working. You can see this here, yourself: http://nabu-llc.com/devhome/

    I have tried deactivating and then re-activating the plugin, to no avail. I have tried uninstalling and then re-installing the plugin, to no avail. I have tried one by one deactivating the other plugins I have installed to see if there is a conflict, each to no avail.

    Any ideas? Please?!?! <3

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/p5/

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  • I have also just switched the theme here to TwentyFifteen (I saw this request in your last support inquiry and thought I would help speed along the troubleshooting) and the same error is occurring.

    Thank you in advance for your prompt assistance!

    Plugin Author Cyril Batillat

    (@cyrilbatillat)

    Hi,

    Sorry but http://nabu-llc.com/devhome/ show me nothing but a “Enter” link, which doesn’t work.

    Anyway, at first please be sure that password protected posts work fine WITHOUT the P5 plugin: there may be something wrong in your server configuration with cookies for example.

    After that, please enable WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG, and see if there’s something wrong in wp-content/debug.log
    Also check your JS console for errors, both in frontend and backend

    Sorry but since I am trying to build my site I had to move forward and not leave a broken page sitting there. The password protected posts work fine without the P5 Plugin. There is nothing wrong with my server configuration or cookies.

    How do I “enable WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG, and see if there’s something wrong in wp-content/debug.log
    Also check your JS console for errors, both in frontend and backend” – Dude, I just wanna use the plugin!! This is starting to feel like a bit much. Can you take a look?

    Plugin Author Cyril Batillat

    (@cyrilbatillat)

    The manipulations specified in my previous post are just a way to figure out where the dysfunction comes from.

    To enable WP_DEBUG, see https://codex.wordpress.org/WP_DEBUG

    Also, did you follow the installation procedure ?

    I installed through WordPress, didn’t download and then import the files so I would assume it was done properly. I have not found any errors either.

    I guess the plugin is just broken? 🙁

    There is one other option I found but I would have to pay for it, and not a tiny amount, to enable multiple password access, which is really what I’m needing here.

    Plugin Author Cyril Batillat

    (@cyrilbatillat)

    Please send me a mail to contact [at] bazalt.fr
    We will find a solution, if you’re ready to give me an access to your site.

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