Support » Plugin: Stealth Login Page » Password Protected Pages

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  • Plugin Contributor Jesse Petersen

    (@peterdog)

    I’m pinging my network of devs to see if there is a conditional for those pages. So far, I haven’t found anything other than CSS classes, which won’t stop the plugin.

    Yes, this is one of the only real failings I’ve seen with this plugin.

    I know not many people use password protected pages, so I imagine mine is not an urgent issue.

    Just thinking outside the box here, but even a timer option which disables the stealth plugin between x and y hour would at least allow me to send a note to client stating, “you may access page X between 4 to 6pm today, yada yada.”

    As it is now, if I wish for client to view my password protected page I have to manually deactivate plugin then remember to reactivate it later. Sort of annoying.

    Plugin Contributor Jesse Petersen

    (@peterdog)

    I’m taking these things into consideration for the next version after this WP 3.6 update. The best plugins are simple, but I see this spiraling out of scope with too much effort. I didn’t mean for it to be an all-in-one solution – just to block the brute force attempts.

    v4.0 will add add-on ability for such features while leaving core alone, how it is now, only even more streamlined.

    Plugin Contributor Jesse Petersen

    (@peterdog)

    This has been resolved if you update to v4.0.0 now. There is no longer a redirect at the login page itself.

    Please follow-up via e-mail if I need to re-visit this after you enter the auth code.

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