Installing & Configuring our Elementor Add-on
This documentation will show you how to install and use the Elementor add-on for MemberPress which is available on all MemberPress plans.
Note: You will need to install the Elementor theme plugin for the add-on to work correctly.
To install the Elementor add-on, go to the MemberPress menu and click on the green Add-ons link.
Next, scroll down and find the Elementor add-on, and click on the Install Add-on button. This will automatically install and activate it.
Make sure the MemberPress Elementor Content Protection Add-on is installed and the Elementor theme is installed and activated. Then go to a page or post where you'd like to protect existing content (or create new content) and launch Elementor:
Before you can protect your content, you'll need to create a Rule in MemberPress, which you can do at MemberPress menu > Rules ( visit the Rules Overview documentation here).
After creating a Rule, go back to the content, click the 6 dot option on a Section, then click on the MemberPress tab:
To protect the content, set the MemberPress Rule to the rule you created earlier. You'll most likely want to use a Partial Rule so you can protect different parts of the page or post to create a paywall.
Once the Rule is selected, choose from the dropdown for the Unauthorized Content field. You can choose from Default, Hide, or Display Message.
Default: This option shows your default unauthorized message, which can also include the login page.
Hide: This option hides the content from unauthorized viewers.
Display Message: This option allows you to show unauthorized viewers a custom unauthorized message. Type 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.