Registered Users Only

Have a private blog that you only want your friends or family to read? Then this plugin is for you. It will redirect all users who aren’t logged in to the login form where they are shown a user-friendly message.

This plugin also features a configuration page where you can easilly toggle allowing guests to access your feeds.

Also, unlike some other registered users only scripts, you can’t get around this one by just visiting index.php?blah=wp-login.php nor does it break wp-cron.php or anything else.



Yeah, these are ancient screenshots (wordPress 2.5) and need to be updated.

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  2. hi great plugin, but i have run into a slight problem, everything i try to do on my site redirects me to the login page. i cannot even deactivate the plugin as it directs me back to the login page?

    • Hey i think i sorted it, i think it was just a conflicting plugin, so deactivated them all and installing one by one.

      • Glad to hear you got it sorted.

        For future reference you can disable plugins by renaming their folder, or just deleting them. WordPress will gracefully disable them when it can’t load them.

  3. Hi, I’m stuck.
    Your plugin worked sweetly. However, since I’ve installed buddypress it won’t let me access the registration form from the login.php. Do you have any idea which sites i’d have to exclude to make it work again?

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  5. This worked great while we were building a site…until I deactivated it. Now it’s still redirecting me to the login page on the live site, even after deleting the plugin entirely. How do I undo what it has done so that I can see my site!? Pulling my hair out over here…

  6. Hello Viper, sorry for barging in. Not even sure if you will check or reply these comments any more, but gotta try. I installed your Registered users only plugin, but it’s conflicting with a security mod the web provider got running in the shared hosting. Basically, any page I open without loggin in, counts as a failed login attempt, and the security mod blocks all http requests for 1 minute after 3 failed attempts. This means people can’t follow the normal workflow to recover password and reset it.

    Would you have any insight as to why the plugin may be flagging the oppening of these pages as failed attempts even if no login attempt is being done and / or a workaround for it?.

    Thanks in advance.

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