• douggeeks

    (@douggeeks)


    The plugin page says very clearly that it does content restriction “Content Restriction (Basic)”

    Yet this feature is only available with the paid “premium” version.

    Would you want to rebuild all the interface widgets (login/out, register, etc), then pay a fee, all just to test whether or not a fly-by-night software developer made something useful or useless?

    Perhaps the developer should be more honest in the description of their product?

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  • Plugin Author Genetech Solutions

    (@genetech)

    Hi,

    As you can see in our plugin description, we have Content Restriction (Basic) in the free version and Content Restriction (Advanced) in the premium version. You can restrict content on posts/pages individually in free versions Whereas, in Premium you can set content restrictions for search engines and globally for posts/pages from PR > Settings.

    Click below links to read content restriction features and documentation:
    https://pieregister.com/features/content-restriction/
    https://pieregister.com/documentation/how-to-restrict-access-to-website-content-using-pie-register/

    Please reconsider your review/rating.

    Thank you

    Thread Starter douggeeks

    (@douggeeks)

    No.

    Bait. And. Switch.

    Explain everything up front. Time is money Genetech, and you wasted mine. Thus you get none of mine…money that is, I’d be happy to tell my experience to the WP community whenever prompted.

    Don’t aske me to settle for less. Do better.

    Plugin Author Genetech Solutions

    (@genetech)

    Hi,

    The description clearly states that the free version comes with ‘basic’ options. That is how most all plugins are setup.

    Thread Starter douggeeks

    (@douggeeks)

    Yet you still have a 1 star review, no matter how much you argue.

    Weird.

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