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.
- Go to Member Pages
- Click Protect Member Pages
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/*
- 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.