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[PHP / WordPress] A guide to protect your restricted files from non authorized users

September 29, 2012 Leave a comment

Contents and files are the main assets of your website/business. In some case/business you may want to show your content only for websites members who are logged in. Assume you are showing a video/audio/image in your post content and you want to allow this file for only logged in users or some specific users or groups. Or you want to sell some downloadable files and your authorized users can download the file. Ok, yourphp/wordpress script generates your protected page only for authorized people. And your content contains the embedded media files or download links. But this file is saved somewhere in your host and it must has a static direct URL. Now your authorized uservisit your protected page and may copy the file url or download link and shares with others. Then anyone can download/see your files. Am I write? I built a technique to protect files from unauthorized visitor though they know the direct file URL. No problem if someone know your file url. In this article I will show you how do I protect my files. Read Full Tutorial


Lock Your Uploaded Files


Keep your website’s uploaded files safe from unknown visitors


How to block any wpmu user?

August 14, 2010 Leave a comment

Today I want to block an user of my WordPress MU user.
To Block an user of your MU site, Just follow the following instruction.

  1. Login your site as super admin.
  2. Go to Users list from super admin dashboard.
  3. Select the users that you want to block
  4. Click Edit
  5. Scroll  the user Role Drop down  List box and set the value “Blocked“.
  6. Then Click Update User Button bottom of the page.

Your user has been blocked now. From now your user unable to login dashboard.

Buddypress Tutorial – Codex ,Training and Resources

August 11, 2010 Leave a comment

About BuddyPress

BuddyPress was conceived in 2008 while working to add social networking features to a WordPress MU powered site. The first official stable release was in May 2009. The platform has grown and morphed considerably since then, into the dynamic, easily extensible package you see today.

Just like its parent project WordPress, BuddyPress is a completely open source endeavor. Everything from the core code, to the documentation, themes and plugin extensions are all built by the BuddyPress community. This means anyone can help the project by contributing their time and knowledge

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