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    Restrict User Access

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    Restrict User Access is a fast and simple Membership Plugin for WordPress. Restrict your content in minutes, NOT hours.

    Quickly set up a membership site where your users can get different levels such as Platinum, Gold, or Free. Then, grant thoses levels when a user purchases a product in WooCommerce.

    Unlimited Access Levels

    Users can have multiple access levels, and you control how long memberships should last. When an unauthorized user tries to access restricted content, you can redirect them to another URL or display a teaser.

    Level Membership Automations [NEW]

    Automatically add levels to your users based on something they do (Triggers) or something they are (Traits).

    • When a user purchases a WooCommerce product – get paid for memberships!
    • When their Role changes
    • Whether they are Logged-in or a Guest

    Contextual Content Protection

    Restrict access to your posts, pages, or categories. You can even combine the conditions: protect all posts tagged “Premium” written by a select author.

    The following Access Conditions are available out of the box:

    • Posts, Pages & Custom Post Types
    • Content with Tags, Categories, or Custom Taxonomies
    • Content written by select Authors
    • Page Templates
    • Blog Page & Post Type Archives
    • Author Archives
    • Taxonomy Archives
    • Front Page, Search Results, 404 Not Found Page
    • bbPress Profiles, Forums & Topics
    • BuddyPress Profile Sections
    • Languages (WPML, Polylang, qTranslate X, TranslatePress, Transposh)
    • Pods Pages

    Restrict Content from Other Plugins

    Restrict User Access autodetects Custom Post Types and Taxonomies created by any plugin or theme. Built-in support for some of the most popular WordPress plugins means that you e.g. can restrict access to bbPress forums or multilingual content.

    • bbPress
    • BuddyPress
    • Easy Digital Downloads
    • qTranslate X
    • Pods
    • Polylang
    • TranslatePress
    • Transposh Translation Filter
    • WooCommerce
    • WPML

    Permit & Deny Capabilities

    When creating Access Levels, you also get full control over the capabilities the members should or shouldn’t have. Access Level Capabilities will override the capabilities set by roles or other plugins.

    Hide Widget Areas & Nav Menus

    Completely hide navigation menu items or Widget Areas created with Content Aware Sidebars from users without select level memberships.

    Restrict Content with Shortcodes

    Fine-tune content visibility in your posts or pages by adding simple shortcodes:

    [restrict level="platinum"]
    This content can only be seen by users with Platinum level or above.
    [/restrict]
    
    [restrict level="!platinum"]
    This content can only be seen by users without Platinum level or above.
    [/restrict]
    
    [restrict role="editor,contributor" page="1"]
    This content can only be seen by editors and contributors.
    Other users will see content from page with ID 1.
    [/restrict]
    
    [login-form]
    

    Developer-friendly API

    Restrict User Access makes it super easy for developers to programatically customize WordPress access control by adding a few lines of code to theme templates.

    Example – Add level to current user

    rua_get_user()->add_level($level_id);
    

    Example – Check if current user has an active level membership

    if(rua_get_user()->has_level($level_id)) {
        //show restricted content
    } else {
        //show content if unauthorized
    }
    

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