Creating a level

In the admin panel on your WordPress site, navigate to User Access > Add New.

In the title field, enter a short, descriptive name for your new level. To avoid confusion with User Roles or other plugins, we recommend the naming convention title + Level. E.g. if you want to name it Subscriber, consider using Subscriber Level instead.

 

You should see the following tabs just below the title field:

 

Level Options

  • Default Access

    • All unrestricted content (default): Members can also access all content that has not been restricted by other levels
    • Restricted content only: Members can only access the content that has been restricted for this level
  • Extend Level
    If you have more than 1 level, you can add this level as an extension. This means that access conditions and capabilities will be inherited. Click here to read more.
  • Non-Member Action
    Select whether unauthorized users should be redirected to another page/URL, or if they should see a teaser (everything before the < !–more–> tag) along with content from another page, such as a login form.
  • Duration
    Set the membership duration for users in the level. If the level is synchronized with a User Role, the duration will automatically be indefinite.
  • Hide Admin Toolbar
    Automatically hide the admin toolbar on the frontend.
  • Level Name
    The Level name is a unique identifier that can be used in shortcodes and the API. A name will be generated from the level title.

    Important: Changing this will break shortcodes and API functionality depending on the name.

 

You can now click Save in the upper right corner on the screen. Don’t worry, until you add any access conditions or capabilities, this level will not affect your users in any way, regardless of the options you selected before.

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