Setting up a classic 'paid' members only website?

Discussion in 'Setting-up protection' started by anointed, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. anointed

    anointed New Member

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    This one should be pretty standard.

    I am using WooCommerce and if a user purchases 'ANY' product in my store, I want them to be able to access a sub-domain blog on my WordPress install http://support.primary-domain.com

    I do NOT want the general public to be able to see the site contents. In fact that should apply to, non-members, google, bots, etc.

    How do I do this?

    *I think the majority of my questions are going to revolve around tieing the logic together between WooCommerce and AMember.

    This would all be so much easier if there were a basic WooCommerce plugin to more easily tie together Amember. Is there one by any chance?..... fingers crossed
  2. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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  3. anointed

    anointed New Member

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    This answer does not make any sense to me.

    How in the world do I protect a folder for a sub-domain website using WordPress multisite with subdomains?

    Were you thinking that I had more than 1 installation of WordPress?

    If so, I am not, I have a single installation, and I am simply using multisite sub-domain installation so there is only 1 set of files for both sites.
  4. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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    Sorry, you didnt state this in the original post....

    David
  5. anointed

    anointed New Member

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    Sorry about that.

    Now that I have mentioned it, any idea on how to properly accomplish this?
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    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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