Support » Plugin: Restrict User Access - Membership Plugin with Force » How to use with Elementor

  • Resolved scudyscud

    (@scudyscud)


    Hello and thanks for the plugin.

    I have created two user groups, each one with access to specific content.
    The groups are:

    • Alumni
    • Parents

    Alumni will have access to the Yearbooks page
    Parents will have access to the Notices page

    However, both pages are created with Elementor so I have no way of adding the code that will redirect not logged in users to the login page or include a login form.
    Right now, when a not logged in user tries to access any of the pages, he is presented with a “not found” error.

    Any hints on how to achieve that?

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  • Plugin Author Joachim Jensen

    (@intoxstudio)

    Thanks for reporting this.

    I am not sure what you mean about Elementor having no way of adding code that will redirect logged-in users. Are you referring to the shortcode?

    You can restrict access to any page, including Elementor pages, by adding Access Conditions to your level.

    scudyscud

    (@scudyscud)

    Thanks for the reply.

    I have added the Access conditions but I don’t see a way to have a login form appear instead of a “not found” error. Or even a message that this is a restricted area for group X.

    Plugin Author Joachim Jensen

    (@intoxstudio)

    I am not sure where the “Not found” error comes from. Are you using any other membership/access control plugins in combination with RUA?

    If you go to edit the access level, click on the “Options” tab, you will see a “Non-member Action” option.

    With this, you can select to redirect unauthorized users to a select page/custom link.

    Let me know if this does not solve the problem.

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