Okay. Let me first say that I love your stuff. The support you guys give is top notch in my book and I am glad to have a team ready to help me out. So thanks for that.
Now that I have buttered you up with compliments I hope you can help.
I cannot login to a password protected page that I have. And I have tried many things and many suggestions, including the following:
I have completely dumped the cache, locally and from the host server.
I have recreated the page.
I have disabled plugins.
I have switched to the default theme.
I have taken suggestions to add code to the wp-config.php file.
I have deleted the .htaccess file
I have attempted to add other lines of code that were suggested to only find that it was already done.
I have edited the wp-login.php file to make suggested edits.
And last week I reverted to a week old backup and I thought I had fixed the problem only to come back into the office today and find that it was not working again.
Then I come to find out that the built in WordPress password protect actually has a cookie that leaves the user logged in for 10 days. (Yes I already made the change to drop it to '0') That still did not even fix my problem.
I am thinking that there might be some caching issue as I have seen other references to that in your support forums. However, given that the security provided by the password protect option is not really going to meet needs and there is this looming problem, I just want to ask for help on implementing a better solution for password protecting a page.
Something that requires a complete login, versus just a password would be great. And something that is not creating a potential cookie problem so that the page always remains secure even from trusted computers.
How can I secure my page in a . . . well . . . more secure way? :o)
Thanks in advance for any help that you can provide.