Allows a central login page for password protected child pages. Enter a password and you are taken to the newest child page with a matching password.
My client needed to have a login page that would take the visitor to different pages depending on the password. I was expecting to search for hours because it was an uncommon request. Luckily, I found this plugin after someone mentioned it on a forum. It hasn't been updated since last year, but it works on my client's website using the version 4.1.1.
Just wanted a way to design a log-in page for password protected pages. WordPress' password protected page design leaves a bit to be desired.
This fits the bill. Took me a couple tries to figure it out, but once I realized my protected page needed to be a child of the page with your code on it, it all came together.
Hi there Guys.
What a great and simple plugin. Very easy to use. I did have a problem getting this plugin to work, you need to get the plugin before setting up the pages. It works really well for, as I have used it, communicating with our clients.
Simple to set up and works flawlessly. I hope you keep it updated. I don't want to be without it.
And no 24hr response to help. Go a buy a premium plugin. I'm disabling this plugin from my other sites. Sorry.
Works like a charm!
I have this working on two sites both WP 3.5.1 http://evinfo.co.uk/ and at http://taybridgeconsulting.com/services/search-engine-reports/
We use it to offer client access to their data based on password.
The only key is that the protected pages need to be a child page of the page with the password request button.
Will be using with another client soon.
I needed exactly that thing and found it here. Thanks!
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