The BuddyPress add-on for Restrict Content Pro creates a seamless connection with your BuddyPress installation. Show user account details in the user’s BuddyPress profile, assign BuddyPress Member Types to individual subscription levels, restrict content by Group membership, and more!
Installing The BuddyPress Add-On
Download and install the plugin from your account dashboard here. If you need help installing the plugin, refer to the WordPress plugin installation documentation.
To license the plugin, please view our "How Do I License iThemes Products on My Sites" article.
Configuring The BuddyPress Add-On
Now, you can show subscription details and payment history in the user’s BuddyPress profile settings page. A new tab is added to the settings page called “Account” and from there the user can view past payments, the current subscription, and a link to renew the subscription.
No configuration is required for this functionality, it will show up automatically.
Now you can restrict your whole BuddyPress site and redirect users to your login or pricing page.
In BuddyPress 2.2 the Member Type functionality was introduced. This allowed community administrators to create different member classifications (e.g. Student, Teacher, Principle, etc) and apply those types to different users. These classifications can then be used to search for members by type and in BuddyPress 2.4 can be used to conditionally show different Profile Fields.
Use the Member Type Generator to define your member types and then assign the member types to your membership levels. Each time a user’s membership changes, the user’s Member Type will be updated accordingly.
As of Restrict Content Pro – BuddyPress v1.1.6 the functionality to removing Member Types is available. With this option enabled, a member’s Member Types will be removed when their status changes to “cancelled” or “expired”.
New Restriction Options
We’ve added two new options to the RCP content restriction settings allowing you to restrict content by Member Type and also by Group Membership.
Now you can select the different Member Types and/or Group members that have access to the content.
In BuddyPress, there are 3 different kinds of groups: Public, Private, and Hidden. Private groups and Hidden groups require members to join the group before seeing any of the content. This functionality will allow you to restrict the content of a Public group to only those members who meet the requirements without requiring them to be members.
Group Creation Limit
Limit the number of BuddyPress groups a user can create by their membership level.
Show group creation limit on user’s BuddyPress profile group tab.
Set group creation limit per membership level.
Support added in Restrict Content Pro – BuddyPress 2.0. Now fully supporting Restrict Content Pro’s multiple memberships.
BuddyPress Component Restriction
Restrict BuddyPress components by membership level and control which components logged out users can access. Also, control which membership levels are allowed to use public messaging.
BuddyPress profile with activity access restricted
Control which components can be accessed per RCP membership level.
Please note, BuddyBoss is basically a fork of BuddyPress and has its own separate development path. If you need further assistance with BuddyBoss integration, please reach out to their support team as we cannot provide support for 3rd party integrations.