February 26, 2013 at 10:10 pm #42878
Sorry I need some further explanation. I have enabled the specific page lockdown on several pages but it’s not functioning the way I expected. I didnt expect the pages to load at all, but they do. I’ve check the radio enable specific page lockdown, entered the addresses separated by commas, and integrated the wp user feature. Is there a step I am missing somewhere? Thanks,
LouisaFebruary 27, 2013 at 3:02 am #42879
Please post a link to the page in question (the page you are trying to lockdown).
What URL values have you entered in the “Enable Specific Page Lockdown” settings field?
What version of eMember are you using?February 28, 2013 at 9:05 pm #42880
One of several pages I am trying to lockdown is the following ‘portfolio’ page for the membership resources(for the moment the video tutorials are locked down through a global category lockdown).
This same page is entered in the specific page lockdown field.
The version is v8.5.6
Many thanks,March 1, 2013 at 3:17 am #42881
Please do this one test for me. Can you please enter the following URL in the “Specific page lockdown” section (this URL is the same as what you are using but doesn’t have the trailing slash character)
[http://www.onlineknowledgepro.com/video-tutorials]March 1, 2013 at 12:27 pm #42882
I did the test (and this is the current status so you can check it). It still loads whilst (of course) the video posts don’t because of the category lockdown. I also did a check to make sure it wasnt the ‘format’ of the portfolio page that was conflicting and locked down the member login page. But it still loads. Thanks for the advice.
LouisaMarch 2, 2013 at 1:17 am #42883
Okay I sent you an email to get access to the site so I can check the settings and see what is going on.
Update: The issue was that one of the global $SERVER variable definition was missing in the server config of this site. We have added a condition in our plugin so it uses a different method to determine the URL when this item is missing in the server.May 16, 2013 at 10:10 pm #42884vithefiddlerMember
I’m basically wanting to do this same general thing, but wanting to put a statement around my post (which has custom fields) that says
If (user has access to this content)
display invite to signup.
I currently have the if statement in place just checking if the user is logged into wordpress. (I have wordpress and emember users synched).
I want to be able to have the free users signup for 48 hours of access, and then get an option to upgrade, but I don’t want them to still have access to the content when their emember account expires. (Currently they would because their wordpress account would still exist.)
ViMay 17, 2013 at 5:36 am #42885
Instead of checking for WP User condition, check for eMember user condition. WP emember has a few functions that can be used the same way you use the WP User checks. Please see this documentation for code examples:
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