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If you save a post as private, the post will be visible only to you. If you are logged in to the blog, you will see the post on the main blog page, as well as in the administration interface. No one else will see the post, even if they are logged in. Not even an administrator will see those posts through the blog or the administration pages. You might want to use private posts as personal diary entries. Another possible use is to share a login with someone so that you both can see those posts, but no one else can view them.
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If you click the Advanced Editing button while writing a post, you will find yourself in WordPress s Advanced Editing mode. You ll also be in this mode when you click the title of a saved draft post to edit it. Advanced Editing mode offers you more control over your post than the standard Write Post page. Figure 15-5 shows the top of the Write Post page in Advanced Editing mode. The advanced features are added to the standard Write Post page in separate areas, so that the page remains understandable. Advanced Mode adds Discussion and Password options, an Excerpt field, plus a set of Advanced options grouped together at the foot of the page, described later in this section.
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Figure 15-5. Additional options in Advanced Editing mode
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Note In the current alpha development version of WordPress (which will either be version 1.6 or 2.0
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when it is released), the advanced editing controls are available all the time. A smart, new, dynamic interface allows you to collapse these controls out of sight when you don t need them.
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Just to the right of the post title is a Discussion section, with a couple of check boxes. These allow you to override the options controlling comments and pings for this individual post. The Allow Comments and Allow Pings check boxes normally reflect the blog s Discussion Options settings (discussed in 14) for the Allow people to post comments on the article and Allow link notifications from other Weblogs (pingbacks and trackbacks), respectively. Checking or clearing one of these boxes overrides that setting for this post only; it does not affect the default setting for new posts. So, if there is a check in the box for Allow Comments, comments will be enabled for this post. Similarly, a check next to Allow Pings will allow Pingbacks and TrackBacks to be accepted by this post.
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Password-Protecting Posts
To the right of the Discussion check boxes is the Post Password box. Typing a word or phrase into this field (you ll notice that the password is displayed in plain text as you type it) will passwordprotect this posting. This means that, on the main page of your blog, this post will not, by default, display its contents. Instead the reader is presented with the title of the post (with Protected: prepended) and a password-entry field. The normal comments link is also replaced with the phrase Enter your password to view comments, as shown in Figure 15-6. Assuming you have given the password you entered when you published the post to some other people, they can type in the password and be able to read the post. The post is then displayed normally, although the title still has Protected: prepended to it. Comments are also accessible at that point.
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Figure 15-6. A password-protected post
Caution The protection of posts available through WordPress s Advanced Editing mode is quite rudimentary. The password is stored in plain text in a cookie on the reader s machine. Anyone else using that same browser will be able to read that post for the next ten days (the lifetime of the cookie). The password is even stored in plain text in the database. Please don t use this feature for anything that is really sensitive.
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