Hello, I have 4 types of memberships (subscriptions) on my site. I have a total of 10 php files (each have their own css and img files for style sheets and images). When a customer purchase a membership, I want them to be able to view (not download) a php file on my server. For instance: Membership #1 has access to file1.php and file2.php. Membership #2 has access to file3.php, file4.php, file5.php and file6.php Membership # 3 has access to file7.php, file8.php, file9.php and file10.php Membership # 4 has access to all 10 files (all-access membership) I submitted a question via the Help Desk with the following question: "Do I need to create individual folders for each membership option (and for the all-access subscription put all files from each membership option into one all-access folder?" The Answer: "no, you can just protect existing php files." Problem: In the documentation for protecting a file, I read "In the text editor provided, enter the content for your page and format it" I can't do that. I have large php files that I need to give access to. I can't create a new page within your system to protect, I need to protect files on my server and only give access to paid customers. Again, this is not downloading the file - only protecting the file from view unless someone purchases a membership. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.