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No Access Notifications

Enable Members-Only Content Feature

Go to Chamber Dashboard >> Member Manager settings

Once you have enabled members-only content…

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You will then have the option to map your no-access page.

Members-Only / no-access notifications

Message to logged IN users

This is the message that logged IN members will see if their membership level does not include access to the content on the page that they are trying to access. The message should let them know what to do in order to gain access. For example: “Contact site admin to upgrade your membership level.” 

  • Create a new page.
  • Add instructions to visitors who do not have access to content at this level.
  • Map your ‘no-access’ page to ‘Information Page’ in Member Manager settings.

When a member is logged in, but visiting a page or post that is not assigned to their membership level, they will be redirected to this page.

Add a message to potential members to login page

Message to logged OUT users

If a site visitor, who is NOT logged in, clicks on the login link from your site’s menu, we make the assumption that they are already a member and redirect them straight to your login page.

If a site visitor, who is NOT logged in, clicks on members-only content, they may or may not already be a member. The visitor is still redirected to the login page. And if they are a member, they can then login.

If they are not currently a member, you may want to encourage them to join. So we have provided a shortcode for you to display text to only these visitors that have been redirected from a members-only page.

The shortcode to add text to the login page is: [cd_redirect] You can add a message here that will show only when the user is visiting via a redirect. [/cd_redirect] 

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