Wrong Membership Level Page

WishList Member includes a Wrong Membership Level page which can be used to both prevent members from accessing protected content not assigned to them while also informing those members how they could gain access to that protected content.

The Wrong Membership Level error page is shown to members when they try to access protected content assigned to a membership level they don't own.

As an example, a member with the Silver membership level would be shown the Wrong Membership Level page if they tried to access a protected page assigned to members in the Gold membership level.

Users with no membership levels (or members who are not logged in) will be redirected to the Non-Members page when trying to access protected content.

Setting a Wrong Membership Level Page

The Wrong Membership Level page is set in the Advanced Options > Global Defaults > Error Pages section of WishList Member. You can click the blue Configure button to configure the Wrong Membership Level page.

Wrong Membership Level Page - WishList Member

The Configure Error Page for Wrong Membership Level popup will appear and you can select Page, Message or URL.

Wrong Membership Level Page - WishList Member

Page. A page can be set by choosing from the list in the dropdown. The dropdown includes the WordPress pages on the site.

A new page can also be created using the green plus button.

Select a Page

Message. A default message is available and can be set to be displayed on a page for Wrong Membership Level. The message can be edited or a completely new message can be added.

WishList Member mergecodes can be inserted into the message using the available dropdown.

There is also a “Reset to Default” option if you decide you would like to change the message back to the original message.

Select a Message

URL. A URL can be set by entering the URL into the available field. This is useful if you want to send users to another site for the Wrong Membership Level page. An example could be a sales page located on another site.

Select a URL

Related Article: Non-Members Page

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