I'm trying to make something that works like a web-application, and I'm trying to use Membership to do so... maybe you have some suggestions on how I could do this?
Here are the details:
I used Toolset's plugins Types and Views to create and display a custom post type called "Strategies".
I am using a tool that is part of "Toolset" from wp-types.com called "CRED" - I used CRED to make the form at:
This form allows users to create these custom "Strategy" posts.
I plan to use Gravity Forms and the Gravity Forms User Registration addon to allow users to register for a wordpress account.
Finally, I was hoping I could use WPMU's "Membership" plugin to control access to the form at /thefrontend, but also control access to individual posts that are created:
The feature I want, that I can't seem to create, is to control access to the "Strategy" posts that are created, so that any post is only viewable (readable) by the user who created it.
http://branded.wpengine.com is the site
You can visit:
http://branded.wpengine.com/thefrontend to see a simple form where users can create a new "Strategy" post.
This is an example of the post that is created:
I want to control access to this so that only the user that created it can see it. Even better, would be if there was some way that the creator of the post could add additional users that are allowed to view or view & edit the post.