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  • I’ve exactly the same issue. the file /rules/shortcoderestriction.php is indeed missing.
    For now I temporarily solved it by commenting out line 44 in /buddypress-members-only.php:
    //require_once("rules/shortcoderestriction.php"); // 2.8.5
    So far I did not experience other issues with commenting out this line.

    Thread Starter duivelkewilly

    (@desmetjozef)

    I don’t understand why a good working plugin needs to be adapted for an old version of wordpress, isn’t it easier that they update their wordpress which also makes their website more secure.

    Ik begrijp niet goed waarom een goed werkende plugin moet aangepast worden voor een oude versie van wordpress, is het niet makkelijker dat die hun wordpress updaten wat tevens hun website veiliger maakt ?

    @droomreis Deleting the line is not needed. Placing // in front of it is enough. This is called “commenting” the line. The PHP interpretter will skip any commented line.
    The change will be overwritten bij the next update of the plugin. If that update resolves the issue you don’t have to change anything again afterwards.

    @desmetjozef @reiner1 I don’t think this issue has something to do with the WordPress version. There is just a file missing in the plugin package.

    Thread Starter duivelkewilly

    (@desmetjozef)

    Hello everyone

    I removed the plugin and use another one with many features.
    With this one you can set everything to your wish, also pages or post or whatever you can turn on or off to make visible for everyone or only for logged in users

    Kind regards

    @desmetjozef Which plugin do you use now?

    Thread Starter duivelkewilly

    (@desmetjozef)

    (@joennuh)

    Restrict User Access

    @desmetjozef Thanks!

    Thread Starter duivelkewilly

    (@desmetjozef)

    (@joennuh)

    Graag gedaan

    Werkt prima met wordpress 5.7

    I had this problem.
    Very many thanks @joennuh, your solution works for me!
    John

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