All-in-One Event Calendar
Restricted Access (4 posts)

  1. mystifier
    Posted 4 years ago #

    The calendar appears on a Calendar page. It is possible to add other content that will appear before the calendar.

    If the page is set to be restricted access (eg. editor, author), the added content gets restricted correctly but the calendar itself still shows.


  2. Yani Iliev
    Plugin Contributor

    Posted 4 years ago #

    You can add the content by editing your calendar page directly from WordPress.
    The same way as you would do it for any other page.
    The downside is that you can only add content on top.
    If you want to add content at the bottom you will have to edit the plugin files.

    How do you restrict the access to a page by user role? Is it by using a plugin?

  3. mystifier
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi Yani,

    Yes, I use a variety of content restriction plugins, the simplest being:


    In each case, the effect is the same; the added content (although css is lost) is restricted to a role but the actual calendar is not.

    I think that when calendar shortcodes are available, it will probably be fine because I use various shortcodes without a problem.

  4. Yani Iliev
    Plugin Contributor

    Posted 4 years ago #

    I am actually going to look into it and will eventually post updates here.

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