by Adam Preiser updated May 18, 2017

How To Add A Content Locker To Protect Content In WordPress


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How To Add A Content Locker To Protect Content In WordPress

My passion is making the best quality video tutorial online, for non-techies. When I am not behind the camera, I am usually helping out one of my YouTube subscribers.

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  1. I have been forced to use “Ultimate Membership Pro” by the Seller “azzaroco”.
    I spent a solid year building the infrastructure of my membership around this plugin, only to find, at the end, that it had a terrible way of actually displaying the content for the membership.

    I purchased their course variation “Ultimate Learning Pro”, which advertised backwards compatibility with their UMP plugin, but it’s like it was designed by someone who barely used their previous version, because it is practically unusable.

    Their Support has been pretty uncooperative, and Envato is doing everything they can to make it impossible to get a refund.
    As soon as I made a fraud report through PayPal, Envato locked my account, and it is now hindering me from ALL of the purchases I have made through their platform.

    It has been a nightmare, and I completely regret investing into their plugin, so I am looking for an alternative.
    I don’t really want to use Envato, anymore, because they are clearly untrustworthy, if something goes wrong.

    It’s too bad that there aren’t more simple paid content locking options available.
    That’s what I really need.

    I want to be able to create content through posts, and then simply associate those posts with paid access.
    It’s a membership concept, but a little different.

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