Thanks for the reply. I just wrote my own access control plugin add-on for your plugin. I just need to flush out the front end and then I’ll publish it; or I can give it to you to publish as an add-on. It just adds an event based password control to a sheet. It does modify the schema to include a password field at the end of the sheets table. So far this doesn’t seem to have broken anything.
I opted to avoid user/group based control as granting access to all the right users (often we have no idea who they are) would take far too much time; and we need non-registered users to still be able to sign up for shifts.
This reply was modified 5 years, 1 month ago by Mark Leigh.
Ok; I respect that I’m trying to make the plugin do something it’s really not meant to do, and just want to say I very much appreciate your answers in spite of that.
To clarify; if I leave a public page with the shortcode [pta_sign_up_sheet] on it (which I have to do; to allow non-restricted users to see a list of their shifts…) then the non-restricted users will have access to the “restricted” group of sign up sheets?