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[Plugin: Private! WordPress Access Control Manager] Users can navigate through other tags than the a

  • kalprestito

    @kalprestito

    Hello!

    I’ve setted up Private! to deny access to everything except the front page (a static one, not the one with the posts) and the tag public.
    In the static page there’s a link to the blog posts. When a user click on it, he goes to the login page where the message that Private! shows has a link to /tag/public.
    But the problem is that should the post have other tags (such as private), the user can click them and navigate the whole tag tree.
    Is there anything wrong with my settings or is the actual code wrong? Any way to solve this?
    Also, is there any way to show a special page to unregistered users and the blog posts to registered ones?

    My settings in Access Rights are:
    Allow access to the front page of your blog
    Show feeds for not logged in users (so they can grab a feed for /tag/public)
    Allow users to access your feeds with special keys
    Tags
    Private -> Standard
    Public -> Allow
    Hide forbidden posts on posts list

    Thank you.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/private-wordpress-access-control-manager/

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