WordPress Pay Per Post Plugin (CMPPP) - How To - Assign a Post to a Price/Subscription (Video)

Assigning a Post to a Price Group/Subscription

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Elementor Limitation

When using the Elementor page builder, it's necessary to use a shortcode as well as assign the post to a price. Learn more: How To - Restrict Sections Of The Content (Shortcode)

This limitation is due to Elementor not using the _content hook.


Update: One Post, Multiple Groups

The WordPress Pay Per Post plugin allows you to assign one post to multiple groups at a time. This is not shown in the video.

How to Do It

In order to include a post, page or other content in a pricing group, edit and head to the CM Pay Per Posts: Pricing meta box highlighted below:

Pricing metabox - Pay-Per-Post Plugin
Pricing metabox

Now, when managing subscriptions, the content will be listed, as in the example below:

Subscriptions dashboard - WordPress Paywall Plugin
Subscriptions dashboard

And, when managing posts, the prices will be shown as well.

Displaying prices in the posts table - Paywall Plugin WordPress
Displaying prices in the posts table

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