WordPress Access Control
[resolved] Redirect to Page Other than Login (5 posts)

  1. sosukeinu
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I know the plugin allows you to add a redirect other than the login when a private page, or a members only blog is accessed. How do I add a redirect to a different page if the user tries to access a members only blog post? Thank you.


  2. sosukeinu
    Posted 4 years ago #


  3. Scribler
    Posted 4 years ago #

    As far as I can see, when you define the access-level in the metabox. You get a box in which you can place a link to a costum redirection page. It is called: "Redirect To (Leave empty for login page)"

    Leave this empty and it will direct the user to the default page.

  4. sosukeinu
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I thought so too, but both of those redirect fields are filled in on my options, with the page I'd like to redirect to. After reading it more closely, I saw that the redirect was for when people tried to access a members only PAGE. I was hoping to redirect when someone tried to look at a members only POST. I can't understand why they would include an option for a redirect for pages, but not posts.

  5. sosukeinu
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I figured this one out. After updating the custom redirect in the main options. I can redirect on a per-post basis on the edit post screen. Thank you.

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