How to Make an Internal Communication System in WordPress Using P2


How to Make an Internal Communication System in WordPress Using P2
Karleen Curran

It is always recommended to add layers of security. Setting directory password using .htaccess is safe enough, but you can also require all your users to be logged in to read any posts on your site. On WordPress login page you can add two step authentication and limit password attempts to make it even more secure. Your users can store their passwords in their browsers or use addons like 1password to store all their passwords.

How to Make an Internal Communication System in WordPress Using P2
Stefanie Katz

So far we have enabled user registration and allowed those users to post on the site. Next you would want to add login and registration forms to your website. To add front-end login and registration form, we recommend that you install and activate the Theme My Login plugin. Upon activation, the plugin adds a TML menu item in your WordPress admin sidebar. Clicking on it will take you to plugin’s settings page.

How to Make an Internal Communication System in WordPress Using P2
Deborah May

How to Make an Internal Communication System in WordPress Using P2.

How to Make an Internal Communication System in WordPress Using P2
Phyliss Teal

So far we have enabled user registration and allowed those users to post on the site. Next you would want to add login and registration forms to your website. To add front-end login and registration form, we recommend that you install and activate the Theme My Login plugin. Upon activation, the plugin adds a TML menu item in your WordPress admin sidebar. Clicking on it will take you to plugin’s settings page.

Category: WordPress
Reena Downs

P2 theme loses ability to upload media on front end « WordPress.com Forums.

11 ways to perfect your internal communications plan
Edda Battle

Approach your internal communications plan as though you are making a business case: identifying opportunity across the different areas of your organization, and the potential ‘return’ for the different stakeholders. These returns can range from financial – for example, an internal communications plan will improve how our staff find information, saving time and therefore improving productivity – to ‘softer’ gains, such as improved morale or organizational culture.

WordPress › P2 « Free WordPress Themes
Mattie Miles

WordPress › P2 « Free WordPress Themes.

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