Support » Plugin: Post Password Token » Protected Post URL

  • JamesDunn


    I installed your plugin, protected a post, emailed the protected link to another computer, and it worked perfectly.

    In the website I’m working with, I have a Gravity Form set up so that the a visitor can submit a question/comment/request (similar to a Support Desk) and that question is published as a post. I wanted to keep the post private so that only the author could view it. Your plugin was recommended for that purpose.

    I am sending an email out to the author once the post is published, so I’d like to have that email be populated dynamically with the Protected URL for the post they just published. Is there a variable, shortcode, or something that I can put in the outbound email so that it automatically puts the protected link there for them to click.

    Thanks for any assistance.

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  • This is possible. Try using the ppt_make_permalink($post) function built into the plugin.

    global $post;
    $url = ppt_make_permalink($post);
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