EDD Content Restriction Addon 2.3

Easy Digital Downloads is a WordPress community project headed by Pippin Williamson of Pippin’s Plugins. Selling digital downloads is something that not a single one of the large WordPress ecommerce plugins has ever gotten really right. This plugin aims to fix that. Instead of focusing on providing every single feature under the sun, Easy Digital Downloads tries to provide only the ones that you really need. It aims to make selling digital downloads through WordPress easy, and complete.

Easy Digital Downloads Content Restriction Addon 

This add-on for Easy Digital Downloads allows you to easily restrict content on your site to only those users who have purchased your products. In just seconds, you can limit the content of any post, page, custom post type, and even bbPress forums and topics to confirmed buyers of any product. If a user has not purchased the required product, they will be unable to view restricted content and will be shown a message instead, telling them they must purchase the product.

Once activated, all posts, pages, forums, topics, and other posts from public custom post types will have a section added to the edit screen that allows you to select the product, or products, that the customer needs to have purchased in order to access the content.

Along with restricting the entire content of posts or pages, you can also restrict partial content areas with the [edd_restrict] short code.

Note: in order to access restricted content, customers must create accounts on your site during purchase.

 

Easy Digital Downloads Content Restriction Addon
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Version: 2.3

License: GPL

Updated: August 9, 2019

Changelog:

New: bbPress integration now allows custom content restriction messages to work, instead of generic messaging
New: Added a metabox checkbox to hide/show all restriction options if none are in use.
New: Added a shortcode which shows content if the user does not have access (useful for previews/teasers).
New: Added unit tests for user access functions.
Fix: The Software Licensing “Require valid license key” checkbox was showing twice in Content Restriction metabox. It now only shows once.
Fix: Fixed a problem where the Recurring Payments integration was preventing access for non-recurring purchases.
Fix: Fixed a problem where customers saw unlocked pages they didn’t actually have access to on purchase confirmation.
Fix: Compatibility issues with PHP 7.2 are resolved.

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