Page Restriction

minorange Page Restriction plugin restrict pages and posts based on Roles and SAML Attributes

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Key Features

Restrict pages/posts based on roles

Restrict the access to the page by specifying the roles or SAML attributes which can access it.

Page restriction options

Redirect restricted users to a different URL or show appropriate message to them.

Custom login

you can mention the login URL in the provided text box instead of wordpress login page

Restrict pages/posts to logged in users

Restrict the page from being accessed by the users which are not logged in

Integration with SAML Plugin

Restrict users based on SAML attributes sent from the IDP.

Licensing Plan

Stand-alone version

(One time payment)

$149

idp_sso_image1Page/Category Page/Post Restriction based on a user’s role:

  • Under Page/Post Access tab, you can provide role based restriction to each page or post of your site.
  • You want to allow users with roles Author and Editor to access the Sample Page of your site. You can provide the following mapping for Sample Page under Give access to pages based on Roles section.
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  • Finally click on the Save Configuration button.
  • Now, under Page Restrict Option you can select the behaviour you want to show to the restricted users.
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  • Redirect to Page Link : If this option is selected and a valid URL is provided, the restricted user will be redirected to this URL upon accessing the restricted page.
  • Message on display: If this option is selected, the restricted user will see a configurable error message while trying to access the restricted page.
  • As per the above configurations, when a user whose role isn’t Author or Editor tries to access the sample page, they will see the following message:
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  • Similarly, you can apply role based restriction for any pages, posts and category pages on your site.

idp_sso_image1Page/Category Page/Post Restriction based on a user’s logged in status:

  • Under Restrict Logged in Users tab, you can restrict pages, posts and category pages on your site to be accessible by only logged in users.
  • You want to restrict the sample page so that only an authorized user can access it.
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  • To do this, you just need to enable the checkbox against Sample page and click on Save Configuration button.
  • Now, under Page Restrict option, you can select the behaviour you want to show to the restricted users.
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  • Redirect to Login Page : Enabling this will redirect the users who aren’t logged in to the WordPress login page upon accessing the restricted page. After successful authentication, they will be redirected back to the page which they were trying to access.
  • Single Sign On : Enabling this option will redirect the users who aren’t logged in to the IDP login page as configured in the Enterprise version of miniOrange SAML SP SSO plugin or miniOrange OAuth client plugin.
  • Redirect to Page Link : If this option is selected and a valid URL is provided, any user who is not logged in will be redirected to this URL upon accessing the restricted page.
  • Message on display : If this option is selected, any user who is not logged in will see a configurable error message while trying to access the restricted page.
  • As per the configuration provided in the above screenshot, unauthorized users will be redirected to the configured IDP login page for authentication. After successful authentication, the users will be redirected back to the same page which they were trying to access initially.
  • Similarly, you can apply restriction to any pages, posts or category pages on your site.
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    NOTE : While adding/editing any page or post on your site, you can use the provided meta box to enable restriction to it.


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