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  • Hi! I have the Memberpress plugin installed and am needing help figuring out the best Menu structure / Navigation structure for my site that allows an easy flow for a) Visitors who come to my public blog pages, see options to buy my membership products, buy the products then b) have an easy flow to login to their paid membership pages, which include drip content pages as well as community pages (e.g. only paid members have access to community forums and chats)…
    I am looking for other Memberpress site owners who have conquered this navigation challenge and are willing to allow me to visit their site and see how they’ve got it to work. In exchange, I’ll help with whatever I can:)

    Fingers crossed for fellow Memberpress site owners,
    Barb

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  • Barb,

    I did this by using the Menu Item Visibility Control plugin along with WordPress conditional statements and MemberPress rule conditional statements.

    Here is a screencast on how I did it.
    http://dlp.misc.s3.amazonaws.com/memberpress_menus.mp4

    If you want more info, you can reach out to me with the contact form on my site: https://digitalliteracyproject.com/contact-us/

    Good Luck.

    I just tried to install Menu Item Visibility Control (twice) and it crapped on me. Is anyone else having this problem? It may be a compatibility issue with WordPress 4.7.

    This is the error …

    Fatal error: Class ‘Walker_Nav_Menu_Edit’ not found in /home/content/51/13953751/html/EAP-2016/wp-content/plugins/menu-items-visibility-control/includes/walker-nav-menu-edit.php on line 7

    Any thoughts?

    Bill

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 7 months ago by wceven.

    It appears to conflict with If Menu.

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