WordPress Restricted Site Access (SAR) - How To - Redirect Users With Denied Access

Setting up the Access Denied Redirect

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With the WordPress Restricted Site Access plugin, when the content on your site is not available to certain users, they can be be redirected to a page informing them of this. Example:

Example of redirecting to the 'access denied' message page - Tiered Membership
Example of redirecting to the 'access denied' message page

Creating the Access denied Redirect page

The Access Denied page is one which you must create yourself manually. Create a new page and add whatever graphics or text you would like to appear to inform visitors that they do not have access to the content.

Creating an 'access denied' page - Content Control WordPress
Creating an 'access denied' page

With the Access Denied page created and published copy the URL for the front-end view of the page.

Copying the link - Page Restriction WordPress
Copying the link

Now navigate to CM Site Access Restriction Pro → Settings → General.

General settings tab - WordPress Restrict Content
General settings tab

In the field labeled Access Denied page URL paste the link that you copied to clipboard for the Access Denied page.

Pasting the link to the needed field - Content Gate
Pasting the link to the needed field

Scroll to the bottom of the form and click Save to save the changes.

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