A customizable plugin for membership sites. Use shortcodes for registration, login, payment, etc. and only allows access to the front-end of your site
Front-End Only Users allows admins to restrict access to portions of their websites. Visitors can sign up as users on the front-end of any page of your website using shortcodes, and signing up can either require a one-time paid membership, recurring monthly or annual membership payments or can be free. The users are separate from the standard WordPress users, so they have no access to the back-end of your site.
Front-end users is completely customizable using CSS and is easily personalized. The shortcodes can be used to insert registration, login, profile editing and many more forms on any page of your website and to restrict content. Create different fields for members to fill out and customize content based on their profiles. Use shortcodes to display user profiles or allow visitors to search current users (See our demo site). Customize forms with CSS to suit your needs using the Admin panel.
Includes paid membership and user level features to restrict different portions of your site to different user groups (those you have signed up, those who have paid, etc.) - makes it easy monetize your content and segment your users! Type any shortcode name and help (ex:[login help) in any WordPress page to get a complete list of the shortcode's attributes.
Ideal for paid content, membership, dating sites and more!
The premium version includes lots of useful features such as:
For a complete list of the plugin shortcodes please go to our FAQs page: https://wordpress.org/plugins/front-end-only-users/faq/
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/front-end-only-users/faq/
Head over to the "Support" forum to report issues or make suggestions: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/front-end-only-users
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Requires: 3.5.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.4.2
Last Updated: 9 hours ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
19 of 37 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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