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A WordPress plugin allowing you to close your site to non-logged in users, by redirecting them to the login page, displaying a message or a specific template file.
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=== Plugin Name === Contributors: chokladzingo Donate link: http://dessibelle.se/ Tags: logged, in, login, log, redirect, users, visitors Requires at least: 2.7 Tested up to: 3.5.1 Stable tag: 1.0.4 Allows you to close your site to non-logged in users, by redirecting them to the login page, displaying a message or a specific template file. == Description == Allows you to close your site to non-logged in users, by redirecting them to the login page, displaying a message or a specific template file. The plugin can be configured to redirect visitors to login page, display a short message using your themes layout or display a fallback file located in your `stylesheet_directory`. == Installation == This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working. 1. Upload the `logged-in` directory to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress == Changelog == = 1.0.4 = * **Settings are now located under Settings / General on WordPress 3.5 or higher**, as the Privacy page has been removed. = 1.0.3 = * Fixed a bug that caused the redirect action to incorrectly redirect to the the admin section when WordPress is installed in a subdirectory, even when accessing the front page. * Added the `logged_in_login_redirect_url` filter, allowing developers to override the URL mentioned above. = 1.0.2 = * Added setting to allow visitors to access XML-RPC = 1.0.1 = * Added setting to allow visitors to access feeds * Fixed bug affecting IIS servers, causing redirection loops * Added romaninan localization = 1.0 = * Added settings GUI * Added localization support and Swedish localization = 1.0b1 = * Initial Release == Filters == List of available filters and their expected return values. * `logged_in_url_is_valid`: Let's you validate all URL's by returning true or false. Parameters indicating validity and URL. * `logged_in_cb`: A custom callback to handle the case of users who are not logged in of your choice, instead of using one of the built in actions. You should return a function name or pointer. * `logged_in_action`: An action to take when requested URL is not allowed (valid return values are: `fallback`, `message` and `login`). * `logged_in_redirect_status`: HTTP redirect status code to use when redirecting to login page. Defaults to 302. * `logged_in_fallback_filename`: A fallback file located in your `stylesheet_directory`, used by the `fallback` action. * `logged_in_fallback_path`: A full path to the fallback file, used by the `fallback` action. * `logged_in_message`: A message displayed by the `message` action. * `logged_in_login_redirect_url`: The URL to goto after successful login. == Credits == * Romanian localization by [Web Hosting Geeks](http://webhostinggeeks.com/)