In C++ you can disable a function in parent’s class by declaring it as private in the child class. How can this be done in Python? I.E. How can I hide parent’s function from child’s public interface?
I’m trying to completely disable access to my parents page menu.
For example, I have a menu made like this :
parent page -> child page 1
-> child page 2
I am trying to set a Post’s default visibility to ‘Private’ when a user first creates the post. They should then have the ability to manually select ‘published’ from the sidebar dropdown once they are ready or the post has been reviewed.
I am trying to list all private pages that user has access to read. To explain in more details, below is the initial setup:
Say I created a custom post type called ‘Private Posts’ (
itsme_private_posts) and want all posts under the custom post type to be set to ‘Private’ automatically when published i.e. by default. How do I do it?
and of course it is a must that the
.htaccess file is in place
I’m looking to use a few APIs and many come with keys, secret keys and passwords required to work. Where in WordPress can you store that information? Assuming anyone can hack your DB is there anyway for WordPress to make saving that information more secure? Also, consider the ability to change these keys ever so often so I would need to update the keys on an options page.
I’m trying to create a plugin that alters the Add New Post page so the Visibility field says “Private” by default: