WordPress Member Navbar allows you to hide private pages from guests.
Any pages that have their visibility set to private will be ommitted by the menu for any user that is a guest. When a user logs in those private pages will appear in the navbar.
Private pages may not appear in the page list from the menu creation tool. Instead simply use the search box to find the private page, and then add it as normal to the menu.
This can be useful for user based pages such as account settings or forums etc.
To change a page to private, use the Visibility option under the Publish box in the top-right hand of the editor window:
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Upload the plugin to your blog and activate it, then simply add a private page to your menu.
- How do you add private pages to the menu
From the menus editor (Appearance -> Menus) use the “Search” box to search for the private page and add to the menu as usual.
Contributors & Developers
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Release Date – 15th March, 2015
- Changed the filter priority so that the menu should work better with other plugins.
Release Date – 21st December, 2014
- First version!