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This plugin will very easily let you restrict content on your WordPress site to registered users. It permits you to restrict entire posts / pages or individual sections of content within a post or page.

Features

  • Restrict entire posts / pages.
  • Restrict sections of content.
  • Unlimited number of restricted areas.
  • Works with all Custom Post Types
  • Five restriction levels – uses WordPress’s regular user levels.
  • Hide content displayed in WordPress feeds.

Usage

First upload to wp-content/plugins and click activate from the WordPress plugins menu.

To restrict an entire post or page, simply select the user level you’d like to restrict the post or page to from the drop down menu added just below the post/page editor.

To restrict just a section of content within a post or page, you may use shortcodes like this:

[restrict userlevel="editor"] . . . your restricted content goes here . . . [/restrict]

Accepted userlevel values are:

  • admin
  • editor
  • author
  • subscriber
  • contributor

There is also a short code that can be used for showing content to users that are not logged in:

[not_logged_in]This is only shown to non-logged-in users[/not_logged_in]

A premium version of this plugin can be found here.

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  1. Mike

    Hi, just installed your plugin on a test site of ours and I am wondering if there is a way to restrict menus from a non member. What I want to do is display a set of menus for anyone, then have a members section so they can log in. Once they do, I’d like to show them the additional menus they can’t see if not logged in.

    Any way to do this with your plugin?

    Thanks.

    • Pippin

      No but you can use the plugin called Nav Menu Roles to do that.

  2. Javier Ruiz

    Hi, is there a way to restrict a shortcode. I have this [gallery ids="492,494,495,493"], but when I put the restrict shortcode like this [restrict userlevel="guests"][gallery ids="492,494,495,493"][/restrict] doesn’t work. And other thing, if I restrict something in the post, it doesn’t restrict it in the “feed” page of all posts.

    • Pippin

      No, sorry. The Pro version would allow you to do that, however.

  3. dejan

    Great plugin. Simple and useful!

  4. Fiona

    Hi, It installed perfectly on the menu tab page I wanted. However, I do not understand once I have selected subscriber for this page, how do people sign up so they can see further into the content?
    Apologies…

    • Pippin

      Hi Fiona,

      To register for your site, users can go to yoursite.com/wp-register.php