WordPress membership management, designed for WooCommerce. As a shop owner, you create 'Restrictions' and sell access to them with WooCommerce Products. Restrictions are an easy way to protect Posts, Pages, Categories, Tags, BuddyPress, bbPress, URIs, and more. When a user completes checkout, they automatically gain access to specific areas of your site through Customer Permissions attached to WooCommerce Products of your choosing.
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Protect Posts, Pages, Tags, Categories, Role-Based Capabilities, Custom Capabilities, and/or specific URIs matching a list of patterns you configure. Sell access via WooCommerce using simple Products, variable Products, or even grouped Products. If you're running WooCommerce Subscriptions (sold separately) you can also charge on a recurring basis via simple & variable Subscriptions.
This product installs just like any other theme/plugin for WordPress. Like most of our products, it also installs the WP Sharks Core™ framework when you activate it. Our framework satisfies nearly all dependencies for you. However, you do need a shared hosting provider (we recommend the MediaTemple Grid), a VPS, or dedicated server.
Changing the Restriction access prefix in conditionals from access_res_ to access_pkg_ as this more accurately describes what is being tested. The pkg portion of this suggests you are testing for access to more than one thing, which is exactly the case; i.e., testing for access to an entire Restriction that may offer access in the form of a package. The access_pkg_ prefix works better with most of the code samples I have been working with; e.g., [if current_user_can="access_pkg_pro"] seems better than the term Restriction in the context of what a customer can do.
Bumping to WPSC minimum: v160601.61851.
Adding custom installation notice template.
Now collecting license key on install via WPSC updater. However, the license key is not functional yet as there is no API that can authenticate it. Coming soon.
Updating to latest WP Sharks core.
Adding support for WC logging and WC log files.
Enhance debugging utilities and log file generation.