How to protect pages en masse

This guide explains how to protect multiple pages on your site at once by simply adding a single Member Page URL to your MemberSpace account.

In some cases, you may have a blog, course, or events listings where you want the preview page public while the actual content (blog posts, course files, event details, etc.) is protected for members only.

  1. Go to Member Pages
  2. Click Protect Member Pages
  3. Enter the page URL with a backslash and asterisk: /page_url/* 


    You will see instructions below the text box for the page URL:

    Here's what it says about adding pages en masse:


    You can also add page URLs en masse, e.g. /blog/* would automatically add all pages starting with /blog/ as Member Pages, but not the /blog/ page itself (it needs to be added separately).


    Here is an example of what a blog post URL might look like:

    So from that URL, all you need to add for a Member Page to protect every post is /blog/*

  4. Click Add Now to save the page

Now, any time you add a new page to your website under the main /blog page, it will automatically be protected by MemberSpace. 

This does not protect the main page (e.g. /blog) itself; if you'd like to protect the main page as well, you'll need to add it as a separate Member Page.

Mass-protected pages will not appear in the Member Menu.

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