Updated to version 1.4
– There should be no more errors on install or activation/deactivation.
[END UPDATE #3]
Updated to version 1.3
[END UPDATE #2]
I’ve updated the plugin. I’m now at version 1.2.
Here is the changelog:
– added code check for the Page Access plugin, only used if installed
– used built in WordPress function dbDelta() to update database structure
– changed name of options subpanel
The link is the same, but the .phps file has been updated
I know I haven’t posted in a long time and I’m sorry. I’ve been… lazy? busy? Sure, those will work. I would also like to sincerely appologize for the complete and utter disarray that this site is in – don’t worry, I’m working fixing all that.
But on to the point of this post…
Because I’m using WordPress as a Content Management System for our up-coming intranet/web-app at work, I needed a way of keeping the regular folks out of our private section of the site.
So, I wrote this plugin – Page Restriction – and it does just what it says, pretty much. It will add an Administration panel under the Options section, entitled Page Restriction – Clever huh? There you can pick and choose whatever pages you want restricted to logged-in users.
You may download the source here: http://17thdegree.com/wp/page-restriction.phps
Any questions, comment here.