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    I’ve been thrilled with your theme so far. Thank you for some great code!

    I am setting up a members area which requires a password. However, each of the plugins that I’ve tried only protect the content of the page (<?php the_content(); ?>). This is a problem since I’m using a custom template, and too much sensitive content is being displayed. I stumbled across a simple answer, to wrap parts of the template in this code:

    <?php

    if ( !post_password_required() ) {

    echo ‘protected stuff’;

    }

    ?>

    I, unfortunately, lack the knowledge as to where I apply this. I haven’t been able to find the template php file under the theme folder. I was hoping you would shed some light as to where to go next. Thanks so much!

    #137122

    Hi charlesgood,

    What template are you trying to apply that on?

    Regards,

    Devin

    #137123

    I’m trying to apply that on my custom template called Attendee. (created with the Template Builder)

    #137124

    Unfortunately the template builder doesn’t have a mechanism for adding in php like that. The templates are built as data in the database so there isn’t a specific file you could go in to modify for any specific template.

    You would need to create an actual template file or try using a plugin that can wrap protected content with a shortcode or something like that.

    #137125

    Do you have any guidance on creating a template file? is there any way to access the template code in the database files and copy it to a template file?

    I’ll check out some plugins as well. I appreciate the help!

    #137126

    Hey,

    You can find the dynamic templates saved on the the database > wp-options > avia_options_incarantion_dynamic_elements.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #137127

    Thank you!

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