Restrict content in WordPress to specific users without having to use shortcodes. Just use One-click settings in the WordPress Editor.
Allow only logged in users, or guests, or specific user roles to see your content. Show a custom message to others or redirect to a specific page.
Hide your content all over your site. Stop content appearing on index pages and in menus.
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Get to grips with how to restrict content to users in WordPress with WP User Manager
With the WP User Manager plugin you can restrict certain parts of your WordPress content with shortcodes, however this isn't always ideal and you might want to restrict the whole post, page or custom post type.
With this addon you can turn on a setting when editing a post and it will restrict the content.
Yes! In fact you can restrict content for different users based on different factors. You can restrict content so it is only visible to logged in users, or users with a specific role. Or even users who have purchased one of your WooCommerce products!
Get to know what the Content Restriction Plus addon has to offer.
Restrict posts, pages, and custom post types.
Select specific post types and restriction settings, and all the posts of those types will be restricted.
Select specific taxonomy terms to be restricted. All content with the term will be restricted.
Integrate with the Groups addon to restrict content for users in specific groups, with specific group roles.
Integrate with WooCommerce to restrict content for users who have purchased specific products.