If you’re new to Paid Memberships Pro, you may be wondering what settings are available to restrict access to members-only content on your site. This video extends our documentation on Controlling Members-Only Content and provides a quick tutorial to familiarize yourself with a few methods to lock down your posts, pages, and categories.

Control your content.

Paid Memberships Pro is a WordPress Plugin that allows you to add Membership functionality to your website. One primary application of our plugin is to allow users to signup for a membership level in order to gain access to specific, restricted members-only content.

Once you’ve completed the initial installation and setup, you can begin to restrict your site’s pages, posts and other content. In the video below, I will walk you through the three most common methods of turning your website into a membership site by restricting pages, posts, and hiding specific sections of content using the [membership] shortcode.

Video Walkthrough


Comments (9)

Hello there,

So in the video, after you pressed require membership and then updated the page then went to the page, it said that this content is now for free members only, and you had to register to see the page.

My question is, how do you edit that page. The page where it tells you that you need to be a member.

Hi @JackNagle94,

If you navigate to the Advanced Settings section (WP Dashboard > Memberships > Settings > Advanced) you should be able to edit the restriction message there.

Hope this helps!

Hello please all my pages and post are showing : Premium ContentLogin to buy access to this content. For non logged members, Please how can I change it. I want non logged out member and members to view pages.

Can we restrict ESS grid using this plugin currently I am trying to achieve it but it’s not working.

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