I know this one should be easy (and I have a semi-solution to it), but I just wanted to confirm what best practice should be. I’m using Memberstack with Webflow.
I have 2 CMS collections. One is ‘podcasts’, the other is ‘categories’. Within the podcasts category, there is a ‘Pro’ switch (yes/no).
I only want ‘Pro’ content to be accessible to members.
I have a page with tabs - ‘all’, ‘free’, ‘pro’.
I would like to add an overlay, and adjust the opacity of the CMS items on ‘pro’ if a user is not a member (also see this post).
This will mean that users can’t click through to the individual CMS pages (with the content) unless they are a member.
However, I would also like to restrict access to pages based on whether a user is a member or not, and this wouldn’t be based on a URL. e.g. mysite. com/content1 could be accessed by a non-member but mysite. com/content2 would require membership.
I’m semi achieving this by not having these pages linked to from anywhere, but what would the best way to achieve this within memberstack be?
I’ve found the article about excluding pages from a hidden folder here but I’m wondering whether there is a better solution.
Thanks in advance.