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[Plugin: User Access Manager] Nice and easy to use – gets the job done!

  • I have 2 issues however.

    1. was the [L] that was being added to the end of restricted page titles. I removed the string from user-access-manager.php. Just search for that exact match and remove those 3 characters between the quotes. Leave the rest alone. Would be nice to have as an option maybe.

    2. There is a redirection option that I can’t seem to get to work with a custom page or custom URL. Not sure what it is looking for. Would be nice to know.

    I like how easy this is to use. I have 3 groups that I can grant access to both posts and pages. Simple. Nice job.

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  • The [L] is only shown to the admin to give a hint that the page is locked when he is logged in.

    I will look for the second issue and fix it.

    I can’t reproduce the second issue. Typing in “http://www.example.com” redirect me to “http://www.example.com” as it should work. It works also for a custom page like “testpage”. Can you give me some more information what the problem is?

    I have upgraded to User Access Manager 0.9.2 (on WP 2.7.1) and I’m having the same problem. I cannot get the “Redirect user” to “custom page” dropdown to work. Whenever I select anything in the dropdown and save the settings, it reverts the selection to the first item in the list.

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