When you look at it, there’s hardly any other method out there that would give you full control over what portion of your content the users can access.
For instance, with a standard product or a book, such control is just not possible.
This isn’t something we can run a good membership Word Press site off.
We need to expand on the default content structure by having a better mechanism of setting what content is locked and what is available to everyone.
Now it’s time to pick the required profile fields for the members. By default, there’s a lot of stuff there, but I’m going to get rid of most of it by clicking the link that’s in the last column of the table.Leaving this to “email only” could inconvenience the existing users – editors and authors who might have their accounts on the site. It’s my own choice to go with the minimum of six characters and the password strength being at least “weak.” Feel free to select whatever option makes sense to you.Next, the Profile Builder | Admin Bar Settings tab.Okay, so we have a list of Word Press issues that we need to overcome if we even want to call our site a membership site.So now, let’s discuss one more thing, and that is what type of a membership site we’ll be building.The same thing goes for login pages and the In Word Press, you only get one sensible user role that you can assign to your members – subscriber. What if you have more membership programs on the same site?