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  • Resolved Tony Zeoli

    (@tonyzeoli)



    We are using Visual Composer, so it’s difficult to know where to add a Shortcode on a page with a VC layout to gate that page until the user enters the email address.

    Also, when I used the the admin screen in the post edit screen, it hides the Libary page from the menu once activated.

    I would like to:

    1. Make the Library page visible with the goal fields (Contact Form 7) visible on the Libary page, but the content is not visible, until they add form is completed.
    2. Reveal the Libary page content once the goal is completed.
    3. Ensure anyone who has entered their information will come back and see the Library page without having to enter their email address again.

    Can you assist?

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  • Plugin Author richardgabriel

    (@richardgabriel)

    Hey @tonyzeoli!

    I sincerely apologize for missing this ticket. Do you still need assistance? I will describe what I think is the required setup with our plugin for your needs.

    Instead of using the shortcode on the page you want gated you want to enable Page Protection on that page instead.

    I’m not sure if Visual Composer would hide our meta boxes or not, so I’ll talk as if using the normal WordPress interface and hopefully you can see them.

    1) Create a new goal mapped to your desired CF7 form, with the After a Redirect to your Library page.

    2) Create a new page, something less boring than Library Form, and place some instructions to fill out the form to view the Library along with the [goal id=123] shortcode on the page.

    3) View the Edit Page screen for the Library. In the standard WordPress interface, our meta box will appear below the Edit window. Click the option to enable Page Protection, select the Goal we created in Step 1 and set the page to Redirect if not complete to the page we created in Step 2.

    Now, anyone who visits the Library will be first taken to the new page and instructed to fill out the form. Upon filling out the form they will be redirected to the Library and able to view the page. If the revisit the new page after filling out the form, they will be automatically taken to the Library. If anyone who has not completed the Goal visits the library, they will be automatically taken to the form page.

    I think that is what you need!

    All the best,
    Richard

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