Allows members to login to MemberFindMe and as a WordPress user on your site. Also enables member only access to specified pages/posts.
MemberFindMe is a comprehensive website, membership management and event management solution for small to mid sized chambers, professional groups, associations and other member organizations.
This plugin supplements the main MemberFindMe plugin (version 1.2 and up) to provide member only access to specific posts/pages. This plugin also synchronizes member login to the MemberFindMe system and your WordPress backend, which lets you use other plugins that rely on the WordPress user system.
To restrict the content of the entire post/page to members, place the [memberonly] shortcode at the beginning of the post. Placing the [memberonly] shortcode within the page will allow content above the shortcode to be displayed to non-members, and content below the shortcode to be restricted to members.
To modify the message that is displayed for non-members, add a message option to the shortcode, ie. [memberonly message="..."].
To restrict access to certain membership levels or labels, add a label option to the shortcode, ie. [memberonly label="..."]. For example [memberonly label="business member"]. You can restrict content to more than 1 label by separating the labels with a comma, for example [memberonly label="membership committee,marketing committee"]. If your label or membership level name contains a comma, you should escape the comma, for example [memberonly label="label%2C1,label%2C2"].
To redirect non-members to a different page: [memberonly nonmember-redirect="..."]
To display a membership sign-up form for non-members: [memberonly nonmember="account/join"]
To display a MemberFindMe form or cart for non-members:[memberonly nonmember="!form/..."]
When displaying a membership sign-up form or MemberFindMe form/cart for non-members, the current page will be reloaded to display the member only content after the visitor completes the form and becomes a member. But if you prefer to redirect to a different page instead, add a redirect option. For example: [memberonly nonmember="account/join" redirect="http://www.abc.com/welcome"]
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.1
Last Updated: 2015-4-9
Active Installs: 400+
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