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Password for Private Blogs

Posted by on Dec 15th, 2005 5:16:11 pm - Subscribe
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Topic Concerns: Password Protected Blogs

Hello everyone,

We know this update is long over due. To be honest it has been in the works for about 8 months now. Finally this has been accomplished. You are now able to password protect your private blogs! To do this simply go to UserCP > Options > Manage Profile > "Who Can View Your Blogs" and select "People with my Password"

Once that is checked you need to define a password in the "Password for Private Blogs" field. This will be your blog password. It is case sensitive and can be changed by you at any time. If you have someone, user or non aeonity user you want to be able to see your Private Blogs, give them the password and just like magic they can view your private blogs.

We are still working on providing a list of private blogs on the main entry page and on "Recent Blogs" page for users with your blog password. An update for another day. Let us know how it works and any suggestions for this new feature. We hope this new feature is appreciated and put to good use. Just a side note, the owner of the blog and adminsitrators can always see your private blogs.

You can check this feature out by going to FrosT's Blog and use "check" (without quotes) for the password.

--Aeonity Team

Posted by perfect110 on December 15th, 2005

OH OH OH guys i seriously love this new thing! I am about to go do it... how nice... great idea!!! perfect~

Posted by aeonity on December 16th, 2005

Great to hear, we hope it gets put to good use.


Posted by anonymous on December 16th, 2005

thank you thank you thank you. happy.gif

Posted by frost on December 20th, 2005

At least im not dirty brown like David =) But what do you expect from a programmer? =)


Posted by david on December 24th, 2005

Its been taken care of. If you guys notice any other spam links use the contact for so that we can black list. Thanks alot guys.

Posted by anniina on February 04th, 2006

So am I really able to password protect my blog so that only the people I´ve given the password are allowed to read it? It´s just that I can´t find "People with my Password" -alternative in the "Who can view Your Private Blogs". And yeah, I´m a foreign and just a beginner so forgive my stupid questions, please grin.gif

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