Please give us the ability to create a template for all protected pages with Elementor.
I would like to be able to do mass mailings for those who have access to closed pages. For example, about a change in information or about a stream that has begun …
Good day. How can I find out who currently has access to the closed page? Pay For Post with WooCommerce Protected Content shows a list of everyone who bought access and those who now have access and those whose access has already expired
I know I can filter by category in the shortcode [woocommerce-payperpost], but would like to filter by post type too. Like [woocommerce-payperpost template=’purchased’ post_type=’article’]
I now have a product for each post. If a user buys it, she will have access to the post forever. Good. It would be nice to also have a product that gives access to all posts for a day, and one product for a week, month, year…like a standard paywall for the whole site. […]
This will be really awesome to have the ability to expire purchases on a specific date and time regardless the time passed since the purchase. The plugin currently have the ability to expire after some time from the purchase, but for me at least and I’m sure for some others to, there is a need […]
Adding the pay for posts metabox to a custom post types categories and tags pages in wp-admin, so anyone who purchases a product can have access to all posts with that category or tag.
We are customising account/dashboard as well as order review page and this will be extremely useful option. To be able to sort purchased content according to the date of purchase. Thanks!
Instead of listing each product individually to grant access to a page, can the system instead use the product category to grant access. For example: If I have 100 products that are all listed under the same category, "sample category", I would like to be able to grant access to a page using the one […]
I wish to display all posts purchased as list of boxes (with thumbnail) not just the title/page post