November 2, 2013 at 6:30 pm #9946ferryheijnenMember
Please look at [https://www.cadcamstore.nl/mijn-ccs/bookmarks/], this is a page which is protected by WP eMember but as you can see the page content is broken. This is a default Enfold (kriesi.at) template (sold over x.xxx times). Is there a way to resolve this?
Besides this I’m looking for a way so that if people arrives on a protected page, they should be redirected to the login page. No fancy login popups or messages that the content is protected… just a redirect to the login page. I’ve searched the forums over and over again, but didn’t find a solution.November 2, 2013 at 10:53 pm #58601mbrsolutionParticipant
Hello ferryheijnen, I had a look at your link above and could not see the content because it was protected. That means that the plugin is working.
In regards to your second questions please read the following links!
I hope my reply puts you on the right track.
Kind regardsNovember 2, 2013 at 10:55 pm #58602adminKeymaster
Go to the settings menu of eMember and check the “Disable Inline Login Widget Option” field. That will make it so it goes directly to the “Login” page.
Regarding the page content broken, I can’t see anything that is broken when I go to the URL you specified. The page loaded fine for me. Page content broken issues are usually related to caching plugin (when the caching plugin fails to load CSS the page may appear to be broken). Are you using any?November 2, 2013 at 11:06 pm #58603ferryheijnenMember
Regarding question 1: I’ve add a new page template and modified the code a little bit, it’s working now.
Regarding the 2nd question: I think I wasn’t exactly clear. Admin, if I check the disable inline login widget option there’s still a message with a link. W hat I would like to do is the following:
1: User clicks on a hyperlink to a protected page
2: WP eMember redirects the user immediately to the loginpage without first showing the message that the content is protected
Hopefully you know what I mean?
btw: always used MagicMembers and recently switched to WP eMember… a fantastic decision! Going to migrate a few other sites as soon as I’ve discovered all the options!November 3, 2013 at 10:57 pm #58604adminKeymaster
WP eMember does not fully hide everything by default. The membership plugin demo is a good way to see how the content protection works in eMember:
Maybe you can try and use the “site wide protection” feature to see if that works for you. See the 3rd point from the following link (that one has an option to automatically redirect users when they are accessing a locked down content):
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