Installing & Configuring our Beaver Builder Add-on
This documentation will show you how to install and use the Beaver Builder add-on for MemberPress to paywall and protect your content. This add-on available on all MemberPress plans. In addition to our add-on, you'll need to get either the lite or standard Beaver Builder plugin.
To install the MemberPress Beaver Builder add-on, go to your WordPress Dashboard > MemberPress menu > and click on the green Add-ons link.
Next, scroll to find the Beaver Builder integration for MemberPress, then click on the Install Add-on button. This will automatically install and activate the add-on.
Once you have both the Beaver Builder integration for MemberPress and the Beaver Builder lite or standard plugin installed and active, you're ready to paywall your content!
To get started, go to a page or post with existing content you'd like to protect, or create new content you'd like to protect. Then launch Beaver Builder:
Next you'll need to create a Rule in MemberPress. You can learn how to create a Rule here.
Once you've set up your Rule, go back to the content you'd like to paywall, and click the Row Settings > MemberPress tab:
Now you can choose the MemberPress Rule you created earlier (you'll most likely want to use a "Partial" rule to protect different parts of the page or post).
Once you've selected the Rule, choose one of three options from the Unauthorized Content dropdown to determine what non-members will see if they attempt to access your content. The options are Default, Hide, or Display Message.
Default: This option shows your default unauthorized message, which can also include the login page.
Hide: This option completely hides the content from unauthorized users.
Display Message: This option allows you to show unauthorized users a custom message. You'll need to create your custom message in the Custom Message field below the Unauthorized Content field.
Click save, and your content should now be protected from unauthorized viewers.
Learn more about paywalling your content in the MemberPress blog.