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Invitation Code Content Access - Getting Started - What You Can Lock (Page, Section, File)


What You Can Lock

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Content Types

When creating a code, you can choose between a series of content types

1

 URL

Best used when: You want to lock a specific a series of URLs under a path

Locks a specific or list of URLs/ path. Write the URL in the Allow URL fields. 

You can use * to sign all URLs under that path. 

Examples

Value What is locked
https://www.cminds.com only cminds.com
https://www.cminds.com/* cminds.com and all pages under it (for instance, https://www.cminds.com/a, https://www.cminds.com/b etc)
https://www.cminds.com/deals1, https://www.cminds.com/deals2, https://www.cminds.com/prizes/* pages deals1, deals2 and all pages under prizes (for instance, prizes/premium and prizes/basic).
2

 Posts/Page

Best used when You want to lock target specific pages which might have URL changes in the future, as they will be locked even if their URL changes.

Select all posts or pages from the list.

3

 Content Inside Page/Post

Best used when: You want to lock specific parts of a long content page or post.

Part of a page or post.
Apply the relevant content inside the shortcode   [cmicca_access_code]

Learn more: How To - Hide Partial Content on Page/Post
4

 File / External File

Best used when: You want to gate access to specific files.

 Choose one file that will be restricted.
Users will have to apply the shortcode on the Display Content Access Form.
Learn more: Invitation Code Content Access - How To - Hide a File


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