Custom Error Page

When users try to access a protected page in a not-logged-in state, or if they are logged-in but don't have access, DAP will display an error page.

The error page looks like this by default (for not-logged-in users),

Custom Error Page

If you don't want to use the default error page, you can create a page in WordPress and use that as your error page! 

Please follow these steps (just one-time setup):

Step 1: Create a page in WordPress.

Let's say you call it "error". 


Step 2: You can add two different messages on this page - One for logged-in users and another for not-logged-in users.


You can use the DAP shortcode to display different messages to logged-in members without access and not-logged-in members.

Here is an example:



[DAP isLoggedIn="Y"]

You’re seeing this message either because this content is not yet available.

-OR-

If you haven’t yet signed up for this content, then please visit this page to purchase access to this content.

-OR-

If you've purchased this product and unable to access this content, please contact us here and we'll get this fixed up for you!

[/DAP]


[DAP isLoggedIn="N"]

This content is only available to logged-in members of this product. You’re seeing this message because you are not logged-in.

Please login below:

[INSERT LOGIN SHORTCODE HERE]

[/DAP]


Step 3: Visit the DAP Admin >> Setup >> Config page >> Access & Navigation section >> set Error Page URL to /error .


Step 4: Visit the DAP products page >> "Advanced" tab.


Select your product and set the Error Page URL to /error.


Do this for all of your products.



That's it!


Going forward, whenever you add a NEW product in DAP, the only thing you have to do is set the Error Page URL to /error in the DAP Products page >> Advanced tab.

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