This plugin allows to redirect visitors to a blog who do not belong to the blog’s Registered group.
The plugin is an extension to and requires Groups.
Note that the current version does not allow to specify a particular group – at least in that sense, the status of the plugin can be considered somewhat experimental.
The redirection settings can be adjusted in Settings > Groups Blog Protect :
Redirection options can be set for the blog – or for each blog in a multisite setup:
- no redirection
- redirect to a specific post, note that with this option the blog is shown to the visitor but only that page can be visited
- redirect to the WordPress login
The redirect status code can be selected among:
- Moved Permanently (301)
- Found (302)
- See other (303)
- Temporary Redirect (307)
- Upload or extract the
groups-blog-protectfolder to your site’s
/wp-content/plugins/directory. You can also use the Add new option found in the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Enable the plugin from the Plugins menu in WordPress.
- Go to Settings > Groups Blog Protect and adjust the redirection settings as desired.
What do the status codes mean?
Read the section on Status Code Definitions in RFC 2616.
I have a question, where do I ask?
You can leave a comment at the Groups Blog Protect plugin page.
Contributors & Developers
“Groups Blog Protect” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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For the full changelog see changelog.txt.