Support » Plugin: Uncanny Toolkit for LearnDash » Redirect question

  • Resolved qwik3r

    (@qwik3r)


    For the redirect of no logged in users, is that at the server level, or some other way? Is it the same as just creating a redirect for anything with /courses/*? I want to make sure it can’t be bypassed, or the site paused before the redirect to see the actual page. I have some elements on my course page like a welcome message and downloads (which I will protect anyway but don’t want the box to show).

    Some clarification would be great, thanks.

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  • Plugin Author Uncanny Owl

    (@uncannyowl)

    The redirect is immediate and would be safe in this situation, but just in case, just wrap anything you’re really concerned about in [student][/student] shortcodes. Then you simply won’t have that worry.

    Thread Starter qwik3r

    (@qwik3r)

    I also emailed support just in case so forgive the redundancy. I was asked to clarify in the support email if I mean’t logged in or “enrolled”. Are they essentially the same thing? Is there virtually no difference between using that feature and one of my othe redirection plugins then?

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Uncanny Owl

    (@uncannyowl)

    Hi @qwik3r, I’ll just reply here and close the ticket you logged.

    The Not Enrolled Redirect module is, to the best of my knowledge, the ONLY way you can redirect users from a course post type to another target if the user is not enrolled. There are no alternatives to this module. Yes, some membership plugins would let you accomplish something similar by restricting access based on some kind of level or tag, but none can simply look at course enrollment as the condition that triggers the redirect.

    There are alternatives to the login module, per the support ticket, as that’s what I thought you mean originally.

    Thread Starter qwik3r

    (@qwik3r)

    Ok, thank you!

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