If you are building in WordPress, there are few things that can help a site with organization more than getting things categorized correctly. There are also few things that can be more confusing, over-used or more diluted than how these terms are defined on a site. Let’s look at the good, the bad and the ugly and ways to clean things up so that using categories actually works for your users and helps them find what they are looking for.
Use case: The client wants a site that is mostly paid for only content. We want excerpts to show for the public and search engines, but only paid members can login and read the full articles. Setting up Subscription levels for single users is easy with Restrict Content Pro, especially now that they have added Authorize.net […]
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How to show just one category of events on a page, using Events Calendar Pro.
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Integrating a complicated registration form that will create a user account and the proper membership level using Gravity Forms and Restrict Content Pro.
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