This is the closest plugin, I think:
Maybe it could be adapted to do what you described?
Thank you for the reply. _ck_ says this plugin is old… so I’m hesitant… (security, compatibility, name it)
Besides I believe it’s a good idea to show most content to visitors, just not all the content. The same applies to search engines – I don’t want to mess with serving different content to spiders, what would be sleazy.
If there is nothing like what I ask about, maybe it’s a good idea for a new plugin?
To motivate user interaction (sign up), the best approach is to do something like this:
Where for non-logged in users, you display the comment field to post a reply. But once you click submit, it asks you to login/register.
I talked about this in a previous post –>
Yup, that’s one of possible solutions. But I believe it would be programatically easier and more functional to write a patch/plugin just to limit posts visibility and encourage people to register to access the content. The niche I’m in is very thin and small, so the content is precious, I believe.
You could easily modify the “topics per page” plugin to work differently depending if a user is logged in or not.
In fact the plugin could be modified to allow each user to choose how many topics per page and how many posts per topic, now that I think about it.
Not sure if it’s working on 1.0 though, probably not.
I’d like to bump. I can’t write php…