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Membership/Events Calender plugi incompatibility and/or ignored Group URL rules? (3 posts)

  1. plausibledenial
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,
    I've run into an issue with plugin compatibility between the Membership plugin (http://premium.wpmudev.org/project/wordpress-membership-lite/ }
    and the Events Calendar plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/the-events-calendar/ ),
    where the Membership plugin is blocking the Calendar page (/calendar) regardless what what rules I have set. I'm only using shortcodes to protect content, there are no positive/negative rules set on the page/post/category level for either user level (Non-members, members). Regardless if a user is logged in or not, the site returns the assigned no-content page. If the membership plugin is deactived, the calendar is reachable as before.

    I've attempted to override this issue using URL groups with the following setting as recommeded on the premium forum:

    'code'
    subdomain.example.net/calendario(. *)
    subdomain.example.net/evento(. *)
    'code'

    Strip query strings from URL: no
    Regular Expression: yes

    It appears to be ignoring this effort completely- any idea why?

    There is no way to handle this AFAIK via pages/posts/categories (as the Events Calendar plugin is generating the /calendario content) so I need to either whitelist this plugin or this section of content.

    Or, if you have a working calender plugin setup with Membership, please advise. Either way, thanks in advance!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/membership/

  2. plausibledenial
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Just to be clear, I have my domain-specific information in the URL Group, but as it's a project in dev for a client, I'd prefer not to associate the site with this issue publicly. :)

    And, I apparently cannot use the markup here, my apologies.

  3. WPMUDEV
    WPMU DEV Support Staff
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi there!

    I am wondering if your issue is not this:

    . I'm only using shortcodes to protect content, there are no positive/negative rules set on the page/post/category level for either user level (Non-members, members).

    If you have no positive rule to allow visitors to see the page, or a negative rule to imply visibility for that Access Level then there will be no logic that tells Membership what they can see.

    Best,

    Kimberly

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