In the WPDevDesign Facebook group a user asks:
I am building a membership website where the user has access to coruses if they sign up for a membership. I am using WP-members for this. Sridhar Katakam already created a similar tutorial but i am unable to find out how i can modify this for my use-case.
My goal is to create a dashboard page where the user can see the courses (Courses is the CPT) which he/she has access. Has anybody created a query like this for WP-members. Sridhar Katakam could you help me (and maybe other subscribers of your tutorials) to customize your code for what i am looking for? Thank you guys!
and the ensuing conversation:
In this premium tutorial we shall use
pre_get_posts in a Code Block above the Repeater to filter the posts to those that are restricted to WP-Members' memberships that the currently logged-in user has access to.
For example, let's say there are "Beginner" and "Intermediate" and "Advanced" membership products.
"User A" has been assigned to "Beginner" and "Intermediate" memberships.
Then there's a "Course" CPT where
- "Course A" item is set to be visible to only those that have "Beginner" membership and
- "Course B" item is set to be visible to only those that have "Intermediate" membership and
- "Course C" item is set to be visible to only those that have "Advanced" membership
The objective is to list all the courses that User A has access to. In this case, these would be Courses A and B. Other logged-in users should similarly see the courses that they have access to across all their memberships.
In the Oxygen editor, add a Section and inside that a Code Block.
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