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OK, answer is yes. Solution works fine. Thanks for the great support! Any change of redirecting to the membership options page in stead of showing in page content?
great answer, waiting for BP1.3.
Just to clarify, if i only want to disable http://www.mysite.com/members for level0 membership, in which .php file should I add the code you provided?
Should it go in: index.php in the mytheme/members/ folder? In that case, that file has notag:
as i said, no code guru
HI all, am struggling a bit.
Have set up a community where registered users (level 0) can access specific content. They should be able to update their profile but should not be able to view members directory. Members directory should be accessible from level 1 and up.
Am using S2member to restrict access to specific URI’s. This works fine (am able to restrict access to appropriate levels when using the website navigation) with one small snag if somebody would guess the buddypress members directory page at http://www.mysite.com/members this is open to all levels!
adding URI restriction /members to level 1 makes the profile page not accessible for level 0 (has members in the URI). Not what I want.
Is it possible to rename members directory only?
Is it possible to restrict specific members directory page (which .php page is called to get this list?)
Is there another solution to prevent level 0 participants to access the members directory?
Not a php wizard, so preferably plugin or something ….
Well, updating password for SMTP plugin is always a good starting point. My bad. Working fine now.
have a similar problem, have set SMTP plugin and some emails get sent: registration, membership notification etc. but not notifications. Solutions?