frustrated here :(...I've been playing with the Protected

Hello,...bit frustrated here :slight_frown:...I've been playing with the Protected Content plugin all afternoon today, and I don't think it is what I need or maybe there is a more simple solution?

I am working on a site where the person buys a membership (could be for 1 - 4 kids). We would like to have an Events calendar accessible behind a password. However, we would like each user to create their own account and have their own password.

The payments via paypal is working great...what I would like to know if when payment is made, the site can redirect to a member sign up page, where the user can create their own account. I don't want to change what is working now, just add a redirect to a member sign up page.

The only thing behind the sign up page is a calendar of events.

Is there a simple solution to this?

Here is the site I am working on: htpp://kidsworldprogram.com

Thank you for your help.
Agnes

  • Tyler Postle

    Hey there Agnes,

    Hope you had an awesome New Years! More than happy to help out here :slight_smile:

    The payments via paypal is working great...what I would like to know if when payment is made, the site can redirect to a member sign up page, where the user can create their own account. I don't want to change what is working now, just add a redirect to a member sign up page.

    If you're using Protected Content and they're getting a membership/subscription then it will force them to sign up before paying :slight_smile:

    So Protected Content sounds like it will work for your needs. You could have separate subscriptions, 1, 2 ,3 ,4 kids.

    You wouldn't need a password in thid case as it would be protected content so all they need to do is just login :slight_smile: which I guess sort of means they do need a password, a user password :p

    How does that sound?

    Which part of the Protected Content setup are you having trouble with?

    Look forward to heairng back!

    All the best,
    Tyler

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