Support » Plugin: Paid Memberships Pro » Bulk protection

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  • Plugin Support Travis

    (@travislima)

    Hi @vainucleo,

    Thanks for reaching out to us.

    That plugin was not officially coded up by us, so feel free to reach out to the plugin developer to see if he can get it working for you. Probably the easiest way to do bulk content restrictions would be to create a ‘Category’ and assign this member-only category to your desired membership level.

    From there you can “quick edit” your posts and add the category to the posts. Moving forward, add this category to future posts.

    If that doesn’t work for you, you can use our developer toolkit Add-On to bulk add pages to a particular level but, keep in mind, this is designed for development purposes and it would be highly advised to first test this on a development site, before trying to implement on your live site.

    When deciding to implement on your live site, make sure you and your host provider has a full backup of your site.

    For more, please see:https://www.paidmembershipspro.com/add-ons/pmpro-toolkit/

    Hope this helps!

    Thread Starter vainucleo

    (@vainucleo)

    Tnx Travis,

    the problem is that I have to protect pages and not posts, so the category trick wouldn’t work for me…

    Plugin Support Travis

    (@travislima)

    Try check out the Developer Toolkit then, this should do the trick.

    Thread Starter vainucleo

    (@vainucleo)

    In the feature list I just find “Bulk update pages that require level ID: 1 to also require level ID: 2.”

    The problem is that I’m starting from non-protected pages so they don’t have a level ID.

    How to bulk add pages to a particular level as you said before in my situation? Is this plugin doing the trick for me?

    Plugin Support Travis

    (@travislima)

    Hi @vainucleo,

    In that case, you can run a query on the wp_pmpro_memberships_pages table to determine which pages should have whichever corresponding levels.

    Hope this is enough to get you started.

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