How to Change Private and Protected Posts Prefix in WordPress
Do you find yourself having a lot of private or protected posts? If you do, then you probably notice that WordPress puts either Private: or Protected: in front of the title. Most users could careless about what goes in front, if they are the only one seeing the site. But, if you have a multi-author blog, or a personal blog, you can make things interesting by changing the default prefix.
WordPress. How to remove/change “Protected:” prefix for password protected posts
In order to edit it you need to open your FTP or File manager tool at the hosting cPanel, then go to wp-content/themes/themeXXXX folder (here XXXX stands for your theme number) and open functions.php file for editing. You can also reach this file at site Dashboard, at the Appearance -> Editor section.
How to Hide Password Protected Posts From WordPress Loop
WordPress allows you to create password protected posts. Recently one of our readers asked if it was possible to hide password protected posts from the site. By default, WordPress hides the content of a password protected post, but it still shows the post title with ‘Protected’ prefix. In this article, we will show you how to hide password protected posts from the WordPress loop.
How To Edit Private/Protected Posts Title Prefix In WordPress
In past last article, I showed how you can remove the private/protected prefix from posts. I was wondering what if you’re using private or password protected posts to run a membership or company website?
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