Creating Error Messages

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Click on "Error Messages" found in the aMember section of WordPress' main navigation menu on the left.

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On this page you can build error messages as needed for your site by following these steps:

  1. Click on "Edit" to edit an existing error message.
  2. Click on "Delete" to delete an existing error message.
  3. To create a new error message, enter a name here.
  4. Enter the new error message text here.
  5. Click on the "Update" button to save new error messages.


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Error messages can be used as follows:

  • When setting up page/post/category protection, you can have a user redirected to an error message if they do not have permission to view the page/post/category. The error message will be displayed on the page instead of the protected content.
  • You can also show error codes when protecting page content with the aMember ShortCode feature.