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My Buddypress Plugin Buddypress Members Only

Posted on date Jan-24-2014 · by author  · comments 10 Comments 

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Support Forum — BuddyPress Members Plugin Support

=== BuddyPress Members Only ===

Contributors: zhuyi
Author URI: http://tomas.zhu.bz/
Donate link: https://tomas.zhu.bz/
Tags:buddypress, community, restricts, membership, user, access, privacy, private, private community, protection, member
Requires at least: 2.0
Tested up to: 3.8.1
Stable tag: 1.0.0
License: GPLv2 or later
License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html

Restricts Your Buddypress to logged in/registered members.

== Description ==
Plugin Name: BuddyPress Members Only<br>
Plugin Support URI: https://tomas.zhu.bz/my-buddypress-plugin-buddypress-members-only.html/<br>

Restricts Your Buddypress to logged in/registered members.
Only registered users can view your site, non members can only open home page/login/register/lost password pages.
Logged in users have full access.
If a users who not logged in, he can view home page, but when he try to view any other buddypress content, he will be redirected to optionally URL which can be setting in admin panel.

<h4>How To Use:</h4>
BuddyPress Members Only is a simple & quick & light BuddyPress Members Only solution, it allows you to make your buddypress only viewable to visitors that are logged in, you can just activate the plugin and finish a little setting in admin panel and it will begin the work, but if you do not setting it in back end, it works well too, it is super easy to use.

== Installation ==

1:Upload the BuddyPress Members only plugin to your blog
2:Activate it
3:Setting your register page URL or redirect page for non member of your buddypress site in BuddyPress Members only menu at admin panel
That’s all, when non member view your buddypress site they will be redirect to login/register page or if you setting your register page URL, non member will be redirected to your register page URL.

== Frequently Asked Questions ==
FAQs can be found here: https://tomas.zhu.bz/my-buddypress-plugin-buddypress-members-only.html/

== Screenshots ==

Register page URL or redirect page for non member of your buddypress site

== Changelog ==

= Version 1.0.0 =
BuddyPress Members Only Published

== Upgrade Notice ==
= Version 1.0.0 =
BuddyPress Members only Published


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10 Responses to “My Buddypress Plugin Buddypress Members Only”

  1. Mauricio says:

    Hi, how can I delete a url from the Opened Page URLs section. Because I deleted a url and now it appears like a Page 404.

    • Tomas.Zhu says:

      Hi Mauricio.

      Thanks for the message, you can just remove the URL from the Opened Page URLs section and save it again, the url will be removed, thanks, have a happy day. 🙂

      Best Regards,

  2. Steve K says:

    Where is the option to redirect to registration page?? I keeps redirecting to my homepage and I can’t find that option. Thanks!


    • Tomas.Zhu says:

      Hi Steve,

      Thanks for the message, but sorry I did not understand your question, we just have one option in back end, when you activate the plugin, you will find the Buddypress members only menu item in your back end, please just enter your URL and it will works, if you have more suggestion with detailed description, it is very welcome, thanks, have a good day. 🙂

      Best Regards,

  3. Marcel says:

    Hello Thomas,

    Count me in for the option to display more pages to non logged in users as Cem asked. Great plugin.

    Thanks in advance,


    • Tomas.Zhu says:

      Hi Marcel,

      Thanks for the messages, sure, I am start to coding, if you willing offer me more detailed description, I think I can add it in this version, thanks, have a good day .:)

      Best Regards,

  4. Cem Wald says:

    Hi, your plugin “My Buddypress Plugin Buddypress Members Only” is really great, but would it be possible to include some more viewable pages BEFORE someone has to log in?

    I would like to include some more pages like FAQ, Disclaimer, Help, etc. to it.

    Thank you for your time.



  5. Christian says:

    Hi Thomas,

    Is it possible to have the site automatically redirect to the buddypress login page? Even if the user has not clicked on any content yet, just tries to go to the homepage or any other page? I don’t want them to see the site until they login.

    Thank you.

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