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  • Nate; you’ve got a gold mine here that answers a question I’ve been asking for about a week now. I think you could explode this plugin usage on this one attribute:

    showing people how to change cookie expiration.
    …or creating a field to do so.

    i changed your default to be 3 hours for my tastes; because I don’t people to leave the site available on a public computer or one that is not there’s.

    many people do not like the default 10 day expiration and want to edit it. i haven’t found a succinct answer, but your plugin allowed me to by adapting code.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/protected-posts-logout-button/

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  • Plugin Author Nate Reist

    (@natereist)

    That is a good idea. The purpose of this was just to add a logout button, but I can see how adding a option for that could be helpful. I will look into how I could add that in the next version. I’m glad it could help you.

    I’m one of the many who would dearly love to know how to change the WordPress cookie.

    My client would like subscriber cookies to be retained so they don’t have to log back in every time.

    Suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.

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