Me again! From about 8 months ago! :/ My client’s back in touch so I have a question about your fantastic plugin…
I have seen that you’ve added support for user levels. For one, how do I enable that? Secondly, is there a way that 2 types of user can use the same registration form but have a checkbox asking them (in this case) if they’re a ‘smoker’ or a ‘facilitator’. Then depending on which checkbox they tick they are directed to completely different welcome pages and also unable to see each others welcome pages?
If they have to have different registration forms then that’s cool too.
Basically, I have a ‘stop smoking’ website I’m working on and the client has two user types: smoker and facilitator. The facilitator has a modular back-end where they can view all of the modules of the ‘stop smoking’ course and download materials to teach it at their school/church/facility. The smokers, however, should be unable to see those modules (custom post type) or the facilitators welcome page, but instead are directed to their own welcome page (which will have a link to a step-by-step course hosted elsewhere).
The idea behind this is that we don’t want the smokers to be able to access the modules and work their way through them in a random order. They must access the course in a more step-by-step, linear fashion in order to succeed.
I’m hoping this is all possible to achieve with WP-Members because as you know, I’m a huge fan of it so far.
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