A plugin for viewing content of private paths (directories) embedded inside an iframe. It allows to control who can see the content (registered users only, guests) and specify for each user what path is shown. The plugin exports a short code to enable embedding the eView in any page.
show content of private paths inside the admin panel for registered users
shortcode to embed eView iframe in any WordPress page
per user settings of private path
global setting of private path
keep private content out of webserver directory
no need for .htaccess rules to deny access to private path
list all the files inside a directory and provide links to access them
auto-discover index.html or index.htm inside a directory and display it
clean code easy to extend
Supported Operating Systems:
It is known to work on Linux, MacOS, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD.
Not developed for Windows, but should be easy to adapt.
Sample use cases:
show private documents only to registered users
show the documentation of provided services only to registered users
Quick getting started guide:
let’s consider that ‘alice’ is a registered user (subscriber) on your WordPress site and she should get access to the content of the directory ’/site/user-content/alice/’. In the directory there is a file ‘index.html’ that should be presented first to alice.
go to Admin Panel=>Users=>alice
scroll down the user profile page and locate the ‘eView Plugin Attributes’ section
in the field ‘eView Show Path’ add ’/site/user-content/alice/’
in the field ‘eView Show Index’ add ‘index.html’
save the user profile
when alice logs in, she can access Admin Panel=>eView=>Show to view the content of ‘index.html’ file from directory ’/site/user-content/alice/’
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