Restricts Your Buddypress and WordPress to logged in/registered members.
Effective and simple pluging. Does what it says.
Just what I needed to control access to buddypress.
I just get a blank white page, nothing else. Using BuddyPress 2.2. May be a theme or plugin conflict.
This plugin does exactly what it claims.
I wish I could choose to add further pages that are visible by non-members, and I look forward to that enhancement.
I have modified the plugin so that non registered members may have access to 5 additional pages other than the registration page. Suggestion to the authors to include such a feature in the next version.
I made sure that BuddyPress was set up correctly with no errors and then installed this plug-in and set it to redirect to the "register" URL.
Thank you for writing it.
Got nothing but fatal errors.
Could be something with my theme but I don't think so. I'm using WPMU-Dev 'Scholar' theme built specifically for Buddypress. Might have been a conflict but I didn't bother doing the de-activation routine. It also might be because I didn't have the 'anyone can register' checked in settings either. But I don't want that box checked. I only add members myself as my site is for students.
I tried another page URL and when I click the 'submit' button, the page goes white. Not the screen of death white, but the setting page only.
Added Notification in back end and fixed some bugs.
BuddyPress Members Only published, the plugin restricts Your Buddypress to logged in/registered members only. Only registered/logged in users can view your site, non members can only open home page/login/register/lost password pages. Logged in users have full access.
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