url group to block store contents

Wordpress multisite 3.3.1
Membership plugin auto activated with Pro Sites and as part of New Blog Template
Global Tables turned off.
Wordpress http://domain.com/directory install not sub domain
Marketpress network activated

*************'REGARDING MARKETPRESS STORE PAGES*****************
1. Do I use url groups in membership to restrict access to store pages?
2. Do I need to enable global tables to uses url groups to block access to all store pages?
3. I don't want to manually enter every store page that I want to block and I want each blog that is created off new blog template to use the same kind of url group formula. Is there an easy way to do this?
http://yourdomain.com/site1/.*
http://yourdomain.com/site2/.*
So how do I set up the expressions? What is the best way to do this?
4. Will the store pages still show in the search results? ( I want them to. If not, ss there a way to make membership content show in search results?
Thanks

  • aecnu

    Greetings Atlanta,

    Thank you for being a WPMU Dev member!

    1. Do I use url groups in membership to restrict access to store pages?
    2. Do I need to enable global tables to uses url groups to block access to all store pages?
    3. I don't want to manually enter every store page that I want to block and I want each blog that is created off new blog template to use the same kind of url group formula. Is there an easy way to do this?
    http://yourdomain.com/site1/.*
    http://yourdomain.com/site2/.*
    So how do I set up the expressions? What is the best way to do this?

    We will possibly know the answer to this when we get the answer to the previous somewhat idea related ticket.

    4. Will the store pages still show in the search results? ( I want them to. If not, ss there a way to make membership content show in search results?

    Any password protected or password controlled content is naturally not going to be spidered by the search engines - then why password protect it if end users can access it through the search engine? and they will.

    Though it is beyond the scope of this forum, I know there is a technique to pass the passwords to Google for example so it can spider the protected content.

    We will work on the remainder of your above questions after we get the answers to the first set from your last ticket.

    Cheers, Joe :slight_smile:

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