WordPress MU privacy plugin

Fancy making some blogs private and not others? Are you keen on your users privacy? Well, if you are, then you’re gonna like our new WordPress MU privacy plugin.

Basically it adds three new privacy levels, allows you to edit sitewide privacy levels and then gives you rights to choose if you want users to control their own privacy levels… or not.

First up, here are the new options:

I would like only logged in users to see my blog.
I would like only logged in users who are registered subscribers to see my blog.
I would like only administrators of this blog, and network to see my blog.

new privacy levels

And, in Site Admin > Options, you can set these sitewide, decide whether users should be able to override them and whether you want to set these options for all new blogs or to do that AND update all blogs that have been previously created.

new site admin privacy levels

Let us know how you like it!

Comments (1)

  1. Hi James,

    I have been thinking about starting a WPMU site as a way of giving local garages (Friends) an Internet presence, but I have a few worries.

    Firstly, I don’t know much about WPMU apart from what I have read elsewhere. Can I find everything I need to start with WPMU on this site? If so is there a logical path of posts I should follow?

    Secondly, I have read that Google is de-indexing a lot of WPMU sites, is this true?

    I will follow this post via email, so I will check back when you comment.

    Until then I am going to have a nosey about your site so I may have lots more stupid questions LOL.