• Resolved paultidal

    (@paultidal)


    Hi
    My WordPress website customer is a martial arts instructor. He wants a subscriber-only page (or section) on his website where users can access various training videos (these will ideally be embedded via his YouTube channel). Subscribers will sign up via the website and he will issue them the URL and login details. The page needs to be inaccessible to non-subscribed users. Would your plugin enable me to do this?
    Regards
    Paul

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  • Plugin Support Aswin Giri

    (@aswingiri)

    Hello @paultidal

    Ultimate member uses role based restriction. You can restrict access to a page by user role or user’s login status. If your client is planning to assign a different role for the users who subscribe, you can easily achieve what you are looking for.

    Plugin Support andrewshu

    (@andrewshu)

    Hi @paultidal

    This thread has been inactive for a while so we’re going to go ahead and mark it Resolved.

    Please feel free to re-open this thread if any other questions come up and we’d be happy to help. 🙂

    Regards

    Thread Starter paultidal

    (@paultidal)

    Hi Aswin
    I’m sorry but I’m not very knowledgable about user roles so I’m unsure how to set this up. Can you please advise further or point me to the reference in your documentation? So far I have set up a test page with a URL. Then under the ‘Ultimate Member: Content Restriction’ panel I have checked ‘Restrict access to this post?’ and selected ‘Administrator’ and ‘Subscriber’. However, when I input the URL in Incognito (ie, logged out mode) the page opens as normal without asking me to login as a Subscriber.
    What am i missing?
    Regards
    Paul

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