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In one of the chapters in the WordPress All In One Desk Reference, Andrea includes a list of recommended plugins for use in a WordPress Network. One of those is no longer available for download. Because it was such a handy plugin, I updated the plugin for WordPress 3.0 so that it works with both single and network installs. It can be installed in either the mu-plugins or plugins folder. Here are the features:

In a single site WordPress install adds the following privacy options:

  • I would like my site to be visible only to Site subscribers.
  • I would like my site to be visible only to Site administrators.

In a WordPress network activated on an individual site adds the following privacy options:

  • I would like my site to be visible only to Registered network users.
  • I would like my site to be visible only to Site subscribers.
  • I would like my site to be visible only to Site administrators.

When Network Activated or in the mu-plugins folder in a WordPress network adds the following:

  • A privacy selector in the Super Admin -> Options page to allow individual site privacy or the 3 above across the network.
  • If the network setting is individual privacy the Super Admin -> Edit Site screen has a privacy selector.

Thanks to D Sader for the original version. Download Network Privacy.

14 COMMENTS

  1. And on a single install with no network of sites, it adds all the options except for the “I would like my site to be visible only to Registered network users.” one.

    🙂

    • I’d have to look at his to see. How it’s different from the prior version of his is that it works in a single WP, has the 3 options for super admins in a network & works in either mu-plugins or plugins folder.

  2. Having installed your plugin, I found that people were seeing a message about waiting five seconds and being redirected to login, despite the blog privacy settings being set to ‘Googleable’.

  3. Hi Ron and Andrea,

    Thanks for upgrading the plugin. I noticed it does not seem to work with the Domain Mapping plugin.

    -scott

  4. Hi!

    Really nice plugin! Does is also support RSS? I just installed it, now my RSS could not be subscribed by Google Reader or Netnewswire anymore.
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
    Tobi

        • RSS is anonymous. Whether or not someone logs into the site, the syndication service being used can’t share the authentication. It’s stored in a cookie on your local computer and for obvious security reasons google’s feed servers (or other similar ones) don’t have access to those cookies.

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