Some websites like intranets are just for internal use and sometimes you want to restrict certain users to access specific posts or pages on your public website. With the password-protected pages and with the standard WordPress features you don’t have a way to manage users register and an option to manage content access restrictions.
User Manager enables safe user registration and login process and manage all those authorizations and restrictions on your website. It also enables users to view and edit their profiles directly on the website.
1. How do I restrict access to my website
Restrict access for unauthenticated users and the simple way to set up the restrictions for specific roles on specific pages, posts, menu item, and other website elements.
2. How do I manage user profiles
Restrict specific roles from the admin area and enable them to view and edit their information directly on the page. Keep administrator informed about the user account activity on the website by creating personalized notifications for the following events: “New User Registered”, “New User Created”, “Lost Password Request” and “Password Changed”
3. How can users register
New users can register to your website using the link on the login page. User Manager enables safe two-step user registration by requiring new users to confirm their email address and be approved by an administrator.
4. How safe is the login
Login is as safe as you password and the way you keep it secret. Make sure the password is safe enough by enforcing strong passwords. Enable login lockout function by setting the number of attempts, the period of time attempting to log in and duration of lockout. Manage lock and unlock for specific users and invalid usernames. Enabling Google reCAPTCHA support on your registration and login forms.