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Timestamp:
10/01/12 20:05:36 (19 months ago)
Author:
husobj
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Version 1.3

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  • password-protected/trunk/readme.txt

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    44Tags: password, protect, password protect, login 
    55Requires at least: 3.0 
    6 Tested up to: 3.3.1 
    7 Stable tag: 1.2.2 
     6Tested up to: 3.4.2 
     7Stable tag: 1.3 
     8License: GPLv2 or later 
    89 
    910A very simple way to quickly password protect your WordPress site with a single password. Integrates seamlessly into your WordPress privacy settings. 
     
    3738Install and configure the [Login Logo](http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/login-logo/) plugin by Mark Jaquith. This will change the logo on your password entry page AND also your admin login page. 
    3839 
     40= How can I enable feeds while the site is password protected? = 
     41 
     42In the settings, check the 'Allow Feeds' checkbox. 
     43 
    3944= How can I log out? = 
    4045 
     
    5762 
    5863== Changelog == 
     64 
     65= 1.3 = 
     66 
     67* Added checkbox to allow access to feeds when protection is enabled. 
     68* Prepare for WordPress 3.5 Settings API changes. 
     69* Added 'password_protected_before_login_form' and 'password_protected_after_login_form' actions. 
     70* Added 'password_protected_process_login' filter to make it possible to extend login functionality. 
     71* Now possible to use 'pre_update_option_password_protected_password' filter to use password before it is encrypted and saved. 
     72* Ready for [translations](http://codex.wordpress.org/I18n_for_WordPress_Developers). 
    5973 
    6074= 1.2.2 = 
     
    7993 
    8094* First Release. If you spot any bugs or issues please [log them here](https://github.com/benhuson/password-protected/issues). 
     95 
     96== Upgrade Notice == 
     97 
     98= 1.3 = 
     99Allow access to feeds. Ready for translation. 
     100 
     101= 1.2 = 
     102Use cookies instead of sessions. 
     103 
     104= 1.1 = 
     105Passwords saved encrypted. 
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