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Enhances the Post "Visibility" options within the edit post page to allow specific users or groups of users access to the post. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Enhances the Post "Visibility" options within the edit post page to allow specific users or groups of users access to the post.
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Post Access Controller You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Post Access Controller
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<strong>Have an idea? Submit it using the Support menu option and I'll let you know about getting it added!</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Have an idea? Submit it using the Support menu option and I'll let you know about getting it added!</strong>
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Any good plugin will almost always have things that it could do that it doesn't right now. Rather than keeping those internal it seems like a good idea to put them out there for discussion or at least so you know what might be coming. That way if this plugin looks like it does almost what you're doing but you know it's going to do all of what you need in the future you can get on board now. <strong>Also please feel free to request features!</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Any good plugin will almost always have things that it could do that it doesn't right now. Rather than keeping those internal it seems like a good idea to put them out there for discussion or at least so you know what might be coming. That way if this plugin looks like it does almost what you're doing but you know it's going to do all of what you need in the future you can get on board now. <strong>Also please feel free to request features!</strong>
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Add logic to the post maintenance page to make sure that at least one user or group has access to the post You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Add logic to the post maintenance page to make sure that at least one user or group has access to the post
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Add filter/sorting options to the listing of users or groups on the post maintenance page. Even once groups are setup maybe there are lots of groups or some posts just require the setting of users individually. The current method of sorting just by name might get majorly time-consuming on sites that have lots of users. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Add filter/sorting options to the listing of users or groups on the post maintenance page. Even once groups are setup maybe there are lots of groups or some posts just require the setting of users individually. The current method of sorting just by name might get majorly time-consuming on sites that have lots of users.
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Add filter/sorting options to the listing of users on the group maintenance page for sites where there are hundreds or thousands of users the current inputs would be difficult and frustrating. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Add filter/sorting options to the listing of users on the group maintenance page for sites where there are hundreds or thousands of users the current inputs would be difficult and frustrating.
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Create a settings page option to limit which users can maintain their own groups. Sometimes users might be subscribers and shouldn't be able to add themselves to an admin-like group (for instance). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Create a settings page option to limit which users can maintain their own groups. Sometimes users might be subscribers and shouldn't be able to add themselves to an admin-like group (for instance).
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Future Enhancements You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Future Enhancements
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The short answer: pretty darn secure but don't put your bank information out there. For 98% of users they would have no way of getting around the checks and controls that this puts into place. It will prevent the stumbling across a link that isn't for them (such as one forwarded in emails or that they maliciously got from someone else) and it will prevent the page from coming up in any search results. Without being a hacker and knowing the approaches that are taken to compromise a WordPress site it would be impossible to say that this covers every possible attack situation. However, it uses the built-in WP Core actions and variables for the access checking so it is as secure as WP itself. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The short answer: pretty darn secure but don't put your bank information out there. For 98% of users they would have no way of getting around the checks and controls that this puts into place. It will prevent the stumbling across a link that isn't for them (such as one forwarded in emails or that they maliciously got from someone else) and it will prevent the page from coming up in any search results. Without being a hacker and knowing the approaches that are taken to compromise a WordPress site it would be impossible to say that this covers every possible attack situation. However, it uses the built-in WP Core actions and variables for the access checking so it is as secure as WP itself.
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How secure is Post Access Controller? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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How secure is Post Access Controller?
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Installation of the Post Access Controller is pretty standard. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Installation of the Post Access Controller is pretty standard.
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Done! You're ready to start editing or creating posts with all the access control you need. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Done! You're ready to start editing or creating posts with all the access control you need.
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Go to the Settings -&gt; Post Access Controller page to get a few things setup and configured. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Go to the Settings -&gt; Post Access Controller page to get a few things setup and configured.
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Click Activate in the Post Access Controller line You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Click Activate in the Post Access Controller line
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