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How to Restrict WordPress User Access by Passphrase Code

Restrict WordPress User Access by Passphrase Code with RegistrationMagic

You have certainly come across registration procedures granting you access only after entering a passphrase. So, start replacing generic passwords with privately shared phrases. These are inclusive of spaces and restrict WordPress user access by Passphrase Code. A passphrase is similar to a password. The only difference being the length of the string and use of spaces. Passphrases do not have character limits as in a generic password with a maximum length of 14 characters. Unlike passwords, a passphrase can include spaces between characters, numbers, and words.

Passphrases, however, are easier to remember and is way more secure than a password. Thus, they are more suitable for your WordPress form security. The length of the phrase is something that stands out from other security codes. A passphrase, for example, can be a memorable quote or random jumbled words which you can relate to.

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RegistrationMagic, in that case, allows users to restrict WordPress user access by Passphrase Code. Using this WordPress registration plugin, you can now gain complete authority over creating passphrases. The “Access Control” section in this plugin’s form dashboard helps you decide who can access the form and who cannot.

So, let’s discuss how to restrict WordPress user access by Passphrase Code.

Navigate to access complete control over your form

From your dashboard, click the first tab “All Forms” underlying the plugin. You can see all the forms created till date. Here, we will work with the General Purpose Form. This is the form lying to the right of the Demo Form.

Hover your cursor on the form cover and click on the “Dashboard” link. This takes you to the dashboard of your form. The dashboard of any form helps you work on its features and modify them accordingly. This space is dedicated to WordPress form design. You can also take note of form submissions made to date along with their analytics.

Now scroll down to the “Configure” section. This section allows you to configure user accounts, general settings, global overrides, and post submission steps. Click the “Access Control” icon to restrict WordPress user access by Passphrase Code.

Configuring “Access Control” based on Passphrase

You are now on the screen from where you can access control to the form using a date, passphrase or WordPress user roles. Check the checkbox asking you to enable passphrase based form access control. Your users will now have to enter a passphrase to gain access to the form. You can also set this in addition to setting limits by age and date.

Insert a question for asking passphrase in the input box of the first field on checking the checkbox. This question displays itself on the frontend of the form. Underlying is an input box where you insert the passphrase and click “Continue” to access the form.

restrict WordPress user access enable passphrase

Generating “Passphrase Question and Answer” for the frontend

In this example, we use “Enter the Secret Code” as the default question asking for a passphrase. Moreover, you can use any other question for the same. Fill the underlying “Passphrase” input box with an appropriate answer to the question. Here, we will use “Register using [email protected]” as the passphrase. Now, scroll down to “Save” the passphrase configuration.

Notice that a passphrase can have spaces between words and the special character “@” replaces the letter “a”. A special character certainly enhances the security of a passphrase. To illustrate, shared below is an image depicting the passphrase question and the input box demanding an answer.

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Enter the same “passphrase” set with the “Access Control” page in the front-end to enjoy unrestricted access to the form. You can also set multiple passphrases. So, define them in the “Passphrase” input box separating each with a (|). Given below is the way you add multiple passphrases.

“Register using [email protected] | WordPress default login | RegistrationForm”

You can use any one of them to gain access to your WordPress form. So, this completes the guide on how to restrict WordPress user access by Passphrase Code. In short, implement this WordPress user login plugin today to enjoy form access using advanced security measures.

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