July 25, 2012

How to Build a Facebook-Style Members-Only WordPress-BuddyPress Site

I often read about folks wanting to lockdown their WordPress-Buddypress site, and make it so that content is accessible to logged-in members only. Even more, many want to know how to redirect site visitors to a landing page like Facebook – with login and registration…

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