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  • Avatar of albertoshu
    albertoshu
    Member

    @albertoshu

    Hi,
    Thanks for the plugging.

    I trying with a private event (i selected that in the back-end), but i don´t understand very well how does it works:

    - Is it only visible to “my friends”
    -Is it only visible to the memberse i invite to the event?

    Thanks!

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  • Avatar of kunalb
    kunalb
    Participant

    @kunalb

    @Albertoshu EP doesn’t actually support private Events in BuddyPress as such at the moment—as the queries will hide that event by Default, I’m not sure if anyone will be able to see the particular event at all (apart from you).

    Avatar of imjscn
    imjscn
    Participant

    @imjscn

    Seems WP doesn’t provide “protected” option for custom post type. Maybe I am wrong but the option of “protected” is not listed in any WP document of custom post type.
    I’m on half way of making a privacy option. Use css display:none hide main content and discussion from not-registered / not-invited users. Hope this finally works, but somehow I feel this is not a smart way to do the job.

    Avatar of kunalb
    kunalb
    Participant

    @kunalb

    @Imjscn Using CSS to hide content is not exactly a safe thing—all someone needs to do to see the hidden content is just do a view-source on the page, or use firebug to modify the css for that page and show all hidden content. You can also permanently save stylesheets for specific sites that over-ride the given page’s styles using various browser extensions, and someone could simply do the changes once always see all content/discussion.

    Avatar of imjscn
    imjscn
    Participant

    @imjscn

    kunalb, thanks for pointing the issue! this saves me from doing useless jobs.
    Then, I will just add registered users in a private group for the contents they subscribed to.

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