Support » Plugins » [Plugin: wp-private] Can we put the code in theme files?

  • I want to incorporate this at the theme level because I have a bunch of pages to do and would like to avoid adding it in WP. Is it possible?

    I’ll try incorporating the <!--protected--> code but I have a feeling it won’t work…

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  • Ugh, it doesn’t work. It just sticks the code in but the plugin doesn’t process.

    Anyone know of a way to use this plugin at the theme leve?

    Here’s my idea: I’m trying to create a stripped down version of the pluginn for functions.php. Here’s what I have right now:

    function protected_content($content) {
    global $current_user, $user_ID;
    if (($current_user->id == 0) && ($user_ID == 0)){
    	$begin = strpos($content, '<!--protected-->');
    	$end = strpos($content, '<!--/protected-->');
    		if($begin != $end) {
    		$prefix = substr($content,0,$begin);
    				if ( !$user_ID ) {
    					$message = get_option('wp_private_before_html').'<form action="'.get_bloginfo('url').'/wp/wp-login.php" method="post">
    								<tr><td align="left"><label>User Name</label></td><td>:</td><td><input type="text" name="log" id="log" value="'.wp_specialchars(stripslashes($user_login), 1).'" size="22" /></td></tr>
    								<tr><td align="left"><label>Password</label></td><td>:</td><td><input type="password" name="pwd" id="pwd" size="22" /></td></tr>
    								<tr valign="bottom"><td align="right" colspan="3">'.$linkback.'<input type="submit" value="Login" name="submit" class="submit_bt" /><input type="hidden" name="redirect_to" value="'.$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'].'"/></td></tr>
    		$suffix .= substr($content,$end,strlen($content));
    		return $prefix.$message.$suffix;
    		else {
    			return $content;
    } else { return $content; };
    function wp_private_install() {
    if(!get_option('wp_private_login_form_enable')) { add_option("wp_private_login_form_enable", '1', '', 'yes'); }
    if(!get_option('wp_private_linkback_enable')) { add_option("wp_private_linkback_enable", '1', '', 'yes'); }
    if(!get_option('wp_private_before_html')) { add_option("wp_private_before_html", '<br /><div id="wp-private-box"><b>This is protected content. ', '', 'yes'); }
    if(!get_option('wp_private_after_html')) { add_option("wp_private_after_html", '</b></div><br />', '', 'yes'); }

    Then you wrap your content in <!--protected--> and <!--/protected--> in your theme files. But the thing I’m not managing to get it to do is run the $content through this function. Anyone know how to do that?

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