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User Registration: Website now cannot be accessed freely

  1. I’m setting up a system that has three components: (1) a user fills out Gravity form to become a paid member [membership is for a 2-year period and not automatically renewed; the form has both a price field for membership categories and a donation field]; (2) once the user submits the form he\she is sent to PayPal for payment there; (3) once payment has been done the user is registered using the Gravity User Registration system.

    I’m first testing step #1 and #3 to make sure they work before setting up the PayPal component.

    However, I’m running into this problem: Once a “dummy” user has submitted the form and has been registered (and received email confirmation) my website can only be accessed if you login with a username and password.

    My aim is to have a website open to any visitor but that has content accessible only by paid members [using the “Members” plugin by Justin Tadlock].

    So, what has happened that now my testing website cannot be freely viewed anymore unless you login first?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Posted 10 years ago on Saturday October 8, 2011 | Permalink
  2. Never mind. I just figured it out. The Members plugin had checked the website as a private one.

    Posted 10 years ago on Saturday October 8, 2011 | Permalink

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