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You have WP 3-0 or 3-1
if your admin screen looks like this:
Change author name so it does not display username

Make sure your WordPress login username is not being displayed as your Author name.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
if your admin screen looks like this:
Private Pages or Posts

You can make pages or posts private in Wordpress, which means that they aren’t visible on your blog/website. They will still be visible to users with Editor or Administrator status.

You have WP 2.6
if your admin screen looks like this:
Private pages or posts

You can make pages or posts private in Wordpress, which means that they aren’t visible on your blog/website. They will still be visible to users with Editor or Administrator status.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
if your admin screen looks like this:
Passwording pages or posts

You can password particular pages or posts.  They’ll show on your blog/website but with a notice saying “Passworded” and a form to submit the password.  Once you enter the password, you see the content.  Here’s how to do the passwording.

You have WP 2.6
if your admin screen looks like this:
Passwording pages or posts

You can password particular pages or posts.  They’ll show on your blog/website but with a notice saying “Passworded” and a form to submit the password.  Once you enter the password, you see the content.  Here’s how to do the passwording.

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