Content Protection with Shortcodes

1. Private Usage: [private] [/private] Description: The content between these tags can be viewed only with membership level(s) you selected on the right sidebar. 2. User Account is Usage: [user_account_is#gold] [/user_account_is] Description: The content between these tags can be viewed only with Gold membership owners. You change the “gold” with any membership level you have. […]

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Category Protection

When you edit your categories you will see a new section called Category Access. You can select the membership level(s) you want to give access to the category you’re editing. If you want everyone to access it, leave all of them unchecked.

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Extended Content Protection

This setting can be found in Magic Members –> Content Control –> Protections . It is set to “No” as default. So, here’s what happens if it’s set to Yes; Protected posts/pages become hidden. Users with the incorrect membership level(s) or guests users won’t see the posts/pages on your site. This setting removes the protected […]

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Partly Content Protection

1. If You Set the Word Limit Higher Than 0 (zero) Partly and Full content protections are similar. The only difference is when you set a word limit like 70, all of your pages/posts become accessible until 70 words and become protected after 70 words. You’ll need to edit the existing posts/pages and select a […]

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Full Content Protection

When you enable Full Content Protection all of your pages/posts will be protected automatically. Your visitors won’t be able to see any of your posts/pages content. They can still see your post’s/page’s titles, but the content inside won’t be displayed. You’ll need to edit the existing posts/pages and select a membership level from the right […]

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