• Hello,

    I’m building a website site for members only, completely private, no free membership. I don’t want the visitors to see the post, pages, or the navigation bar.

    I’d like to create a landing page as my homepage with a description of the site, the advantage, my bio, testimonials, the price and a subscribe button.

    I want the rest of the website should be behind this page accessible after login.

    How can I do that? Is there a plugin?

    Thanks!

    Anne

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/s2member/

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  • You can have any page as your home page, except for your Login/Welcome page and your Membership Options Page (MOP).

    I wonder whether you are hoping to have your MOP as your home/landing page. The answer is that you can’t, but you can have the same content (including registration/signup buttons) on the home/landing page.

    In fact, you can put those buttons on as many posts and pages as you wish.

    Hello KTS915, thank you for the quick respond!

    Yes, in fact, I was hoping of having a landing page like this one –> http://photoforte.com/ It looks like a Membership Options Page to me.

    What do you think? What I like about this page is that you don’t see the web site, you have to be a member to access all the pages. That is why I was hoping it was possible to have MOP in a landing page.

    @annejutras,

    Yes, you can have all that, but it has to be on a separate page from your MOP.

    I suggest what you do is this. Create your MOP, and put everything on there that it should have.

    Then create a new page, call it “Home,” or whatever else you like, and then copy everything on your MOP to that page. Then click update and you’re done!

    The point is that the same content can go on as many pages as you like, but s2member needs to distinguish between three different pages: home, welcome and the MOP (even if you choose to put the same content on every one of them).

    Sound great! Thank you so very much!!! 🙂

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