Client Portal – Private user pages and login


The WordPress Client Portal plugin creates private pages for each user. The content for that page is accessible on the frontend only by the owner of the page
after he has logged in.

The plugin doesn’t offer a login or registration form and it gives you the possibility to use a plugin of your choice.

The [client-portal] shortcode can be added to any page and when the logged in user will access that page he will be redirected to its private page.

For login and registration of users we recommend the free Profile Builder plugin.

You can then use the [wppb-login] shortcode in the same page as the [client-portal] shortcode.


  • Access the Private Page in the Users Listing in the admin area: screenshot-1.jpg
  • A Private Page in the admin area: screenshot-2.jpg
  • The Settings Page for the Plugin: screenshot-3.jpg


  1. Upload and install the zip file via the built in WordPress plugin installer.
  2. Activate the WordPress Client Portal plugin from the «Plugins» admin panel using the «Activate» link.


14 de julio de 2020
It simply couldn't create pages. Even when I create a duplicate of my theme’s page.php and name it single-private-page.php. Every other page on my site could see the new page template and I could decide to use it if i want to. BUT the private pages created by your plugin doesn't use it. Instead it's making use of the single.php template. I even disabled every other plugin just to make sure there's no interference anywhere but yet it keeps making use of the single.php by generating user specific blog post instead of making use of the single-private-page.php to create a user specific private page. It's kinda disappointing cos I've spent a great amount of time trying to get it to work 🙁 Edit: well, after about two days of trying I decided to change theme, and it seems to be rendering properly. Upgrading the stars. I thought this is suppose to work with any theme. And also in future update, it'll be great if you just make it use the page.php by default. Thanks.
27 de mayo de 2020
Thanks for this plugin, it works great. One suggestion to make it even better is to have an option to click to notify the user when their private page has been updated. That would be really useful.
7 de mayo de 2020
Hi, I have read the support forum for this issue. My private pages show a sidebar widget, an I want to remove it. I duplicated my page.php file and named it single-private-page.php My site still shows the sidebar. Is there another way I could try to resolve this issue?! Thank You
9 de octubre de 2019
As simple as this plugin actually is, it is absolutely wonderful! You can create private pages for all of your individual users and manage their content separately! Great little plugin. Plus, the support is A+! =D
6 de septiembre de 2019
I don't know where I've red it, somewehere in the support tab I think. But it said: it's not possible to work with page builders. It is possible with Divi and the 'Page Builder Everywhere Plugin'. It's fantastic this way! Thank you very much for this plugin :-). (please keep it up to date).
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Registro de cambios


  • Fixed a potential php warning


  • Added possibility to choose the Page Template if it exists in the theme to use for a Client Portal Page


  • Fixed an incompatibility with Gutenberg on the admin side


  • Comments on private pages are now restricted as well


  • Fixed issue with not being able to edit the page on the backend that contained the client-portal shortcode


  • We now flush permalinks when we first activate the plugin so we can access directly the private pages without a 404


  • Added a View All Pages button on the settings page


  • Ready for translation


  • We now have a default content option for pages
  • Now private pages are excluded from appearing in frontend search
  • Fixed a bug where the private page would reload indefinitely if the user hadn’t a page created
  • Fixed a bug where you could create duplicate pages for the same user


  • Minor fixes and security improvements


  • Added support for bulk Create Private Pages to Users page bulk actions


  • Added support for comments on private user pages
  • Settings page is now stylized


  • Initial Version of the WordPress Client Portal plugin.