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  • Hi,
    I would love to see a feature where you could hide an entry from anyone that doesn’t have a password. The password list would be one you could set up, like the team feature in b2. It would be blocked from anyone seeing even the title in .RSS, anything.
    🙂 Sara

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  • This is absolutely planned.

    🙂 Glad to hear that it’s planned as it’s one of the few things that pMachine offers, that b2 doesn’t.

    i would love to see a feature like this too. would save me a lot of (planned) work-arounds…

    When I get some spare time tonight, I’m going to try implementing a hack that Michel suggested – see r=asc&highlight=password%20protect&start=0
    I’ll let you know if I can get it working on my site or if I run into any probs. From the looks of it I can’t see why it wouldn’t work.

    Let us know how it goes.

    The reason that won’t work is I run .RSS and there is a way to see not only the title but the entire blog entry in any .RSS form. I would love to have something secure like pMachine offers.

    Yeah, I realised that afterwards… I don’t think it would be that hard to hack a function together to block RSS for certain posts, but since I’m still re-learning PHP someone else will have to do it… 🙂

    A protected entry feature will possibly make the next version.

    How about a protected category feature? Or category for registered users with rank higher than x?

    I agree with “Anonymous” 😛 . WordPress already has an excellent user system. If the user levels could be utilized so taht only users above level X can view these posts, it would give personal blogs much more control..
    It’s # 1 on my “Please.. Please.. incorporate this into WP” list 😉

    ViewLevel v.1.1.2 Plugin for WordPress 1.2

    @avtmx: I installed your viewlevel.php plugin. Nice work! But I couldn’t see the downloaded “padlock.gif” because the path was wrong.
    It said “” but should say “”
    So I hacked a little and changed the following line in viewlevel.php:

    $text='<img src=\''.$site_root.'/wp-images/'.$padlock_filename.'\' border=\'0\'/>'.$leveltext.$text;


    $text='<img src=\'wp-images/'.$padlock_filename.'\' border=\'0\'/>'.$leveltext.$text;

    Now it seems to work, although I’m not sure if it works also for installations with paths differently configured.

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