1. Andrew

    I use that method in a theme of mine, but it isn’t for WordPress. Nonetheless the concept is a good one.


  2. Will Anderson

    Hey Jeff, thanks for the mention!

    I haven’t seen 404 pages done like this before, which is why I wrote about it. Sounds like Andrew has done something like this, and I’d actually love to see what he’s doing (I’m guessing he couldn’t give us the details without using the “H” word :) ).

    As to use in other template files, while I think that 404 pages are the most generally applicable and easily implemented examples, I also think private pages could be used in other places as well. I’m hoping this will spark more creative people to come up with even cooler uses of private pages.


  3. Andrew

    @Will Anderson – You are right about it being ‘H’ related. If you want to read more about the details I did a post about it on another blog: http://www.habari-fun.co.uk/my-theme-project

    I haven’t used private pages, but I have added an extra field to specify what kind of page it is. In theory they could all be accessed directly with the right url.

    Let me know if you want any particular specific details and I’ll happily disclose.


Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: