Subway is a small plugin for WordPress that allows you hide the content of your website to non-logged in visitors and only displays them to logged in users.
This plugin redirects the users to the provided login page with a login form that allows them to type their username/email and password combination.
The plugin has settings inside the Administration Panel (‘Settings’ > ‘Subway’) that allows you to configure where you want the user to be taken after he/she has successfully logged in, this can be a page, a custom URL, or just the default behaviour. You can also make individual posts/page public or ‘members only’
If you would like to contribute, report an issue or have any suggestions, visit the Github Repository of Subway.
Subway is only built for WordPress website owners to redirect non-logged in users to a custom login form. This plugin is not a replacement for Membership websites where a complex set of configurations are allowed. There are no payments model, subscriptions.
Subway is good for Private Intranet Websites where authentication is required.
- Download and unzip « subway.zip » plugin.
- Upload the entire « subway » directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
- Activate the « Subway » plugin.
- Go to Settings > Subway to configure the redirection.
Click here to learn how to automatically add the plugins using the built-in plugin installer.
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Contributors & Developers
“Subway – Private Site Option” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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