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Feature Request: Restrict Access to Custom Post Types and associated Taxonomies #662

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raamdev opened this Issue Jul 28, 2015 · 8 comments

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raamdev commented Jul 28, 2015

s2Member currently only supports restricting access to standard Pages/Posts and their associated Categories and Tags. It would be great if it were also possible to control access to Custom Post Types, and any associated taxonomies (e.g., Categories/Tags for those Custom Post Types).

There are many other plugins that provide functionality through Custom Post Types (e.g., e-commerce plugins that use Custom Post Types for Products, along with categories to categorize those Products) and it would be nice if s2Member could be used to control access to that content.

While it may be possible to use URI Restrictions (s2Member → Restriction Options → URI Restrictions) to control this access, that leaves out a lot of standard functionality (Custom Capabilities, Meta Box on Post Editing Screen, specific Post/Page Buy Now, etc.).


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AudeWillart commented Jul 28, 2015

+1 I'm disapointed to not be able to use s2member for woocommerce caregories.

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jaswrks commented Jul 28, 2015

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jaswrks commented Jul 28, 2015

I'm disapointed to not be able to use s2member for woocommerce caregories.

@AudeWillart

You can still do that, it just requires that you protect them with URI Restrictions, right?

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AudeWillart commented Jul 28, 2015

Yes but, as Raamdev says, this not restrict all access to the category, they appear in the menu, search… So no, we can't. What I want, we in fact, is exactly the same as wordpress categories restrictions.

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Lifeischoice commented Jul 29, 2015

+1...will be nice to woovomerce and s2member will be super!👍🏽👍🏽

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raamdev commented Oct 14, 2015

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Lifeischoice commented Nov 5, 2015

Any update on this feature?

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Lifeischoice commented Apr 29, 2017

An update on the this feature would be nice!

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